Paul Cornell tackles the issue of the day in his roundabout manner, and if I didn't think he'd quite hit the mark as I read, I still finished the novella in tears. Just for a change.
Having made lots of comments about how Autumn's magic is informed by logic and science and how much I loved that, Long Day explores what happens when the apprentice witch lets her feelings get the better of her. And in the wake of Brexit, there are lots of feelings running high - and more than enough room for damage to be done that was never intended.
Another excellent instalment in the Lychford series.Full review