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'Grinne' is a novel by Keith Roberts published in 1987.
'Grinne' is a novel in which Alastair Bevan sees his one-time lover Grinne achieve fame, found a cult, and then die to achieve mythic immortality.
Dave Langford reviewed 'Grinne' for 'White Dwarf' #90, and stated that "The final, haunting images effectively combined fairy mounds and World War III, but didn't overcome my frustration: Grinne's barely-glimpsed story fails to conquer the dead weight of Bevan's autobiographical longueurs."
*Review by Helen McNabb (1987) in Vector 139
*Review by Lee Montgomerie (1987) in Interzone, #21 Autumn 1987
*Review by Don D'Ammassa (1988) in Science Fiction Chronicle, #101 February 1988
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