Natasha Pulley’s ‘The Kingdoms’ a tantalizing time-travel tale

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In 1898 England, a man steps off a train from Glasgow and experiences the first memory of his life. The reader is only on page one, but already the world of “The Kingdoms” (Bloomsbury, 448 pp., ★★★ out of four) is out of order: London is called “Londres,” because England […]

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