One of those really long, weird dreams: A book review of Taty Went West

If you’ve ever taken a multi-week trip across a place you’ve only ever seen a few pictures of, you’ll know the feeling of days lasting forever, full of so many memorable and unexpected things that they start to run together and you can’t remember what happened when and why where. Nikhil Sing’s Taty Went West is a bit like that, an epic psychedelic sci fi road novel, and it wasn’t what I was expecting, even though I went in knowing it had floating pyramids, machine guns, and dinosaurs.

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