“Intrinsically Intersectional”

“[an] impressive debut…It is easy to read The Farm and state that the novel is about colonialism, capitalism and women’s rights. But the novel is rarely preachy, with a captivating plot and well-constructed characters to drive the narrative forward. It is as if Ramos writes from a standpoint so intrinsically intersectional that her ideas surface unconsciously, and somehow also unapologetically.”

The Saturday Paper, Australia