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Just out of rehab, Monkey rejects the dangerous allure of Herointown, his Shropshire birthplace, only to find himself working in a makeshift ecstasy factory in a rural squat. At the Mansion, in an idyllic landscape, he shuns the petty politics, manipulation and secrecy between his new housemates - Lucas, the Vegan, Taylor and disaffected earth-mother Charley. But as he plans a tricky escape, Monkey is surprised by his own resourcefulness and his attraction to Jenn, a troubled local girl.
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'All the Dogs is a stirring debut, a compellingly written tract on the importance of finding a place on the earth. Shot through with sadness, it is a plea against smallness: of thought, of ambition, of outlook, of soul. A new and welcome talent is here' -- Niall Griffiths
'Bennett's debut will resonate with anyone tired of the hypocrisy surrounding our nation's chemical hobbies. With flashes of poetic description and unflinching explorations of modern relationships, Bennett leavens his dark tale with unexpected tenderness and moments of deadpan humour' -- Joolz Denby
A first from a prize-winning regional press - and a pleasing rarity in contemporary UK publishing - a rural novel which explores the lives of a generation seeking alternatives to consumerist values
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