I wasn't expecting to much like this slim volume, but I somehow ended up loving it. It's got slowpocalypse, Aussie sense of place, beautiful (and sometimes heart-wrenching) description, genepunk, family drama, terrorism, sexuality, humour, even echoes of future-tech almost-selkieness - and all in verse. Nothing wraps up neatly, yet it feels satisfying.
Little flaws here and there were not enough to knock it off a five-star rating for me. This isn't like anything else.