When you haven’t seen friends for a long time, it’s easy to remember their children as the same age you knew them years before. But when Beth Leeson sees her former best friend, Flora Braid, after 12 years apart, she’s shocked that Flora’s kids haven’t aged a day. Can time stand still? In Perfect Little Children, author Sophie Hannah asks that question as she stretches the boundaries of our imagination.
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