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Books By The Carton: Shouldn't They Mean More Than That?

November 13, 2011

"Ikea novels are the kind of fiction that comes direct from the factory, with no intercession of craftsmanship or artistry en route to the consumer. They are created by often talented writers, frantic to make a career." The Observer (UK) 11/12/11

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