The novel is a unique blend of historical and magical elements.
“Today was a difficult day. Tomorrow will be better.”
Apekina employs a blend of perspective and shifting timeframes to propel the novel with stunning volatility.
Solnit reminds us that our actions matter even when they seem trivial.
The strongest stories in the collection are about gender, a theme on which Simpson delivers startling insights through various unremarkable men and women.
The connection between Wash and Titch is one of the most captivating aspects of the novel.
Death was pushed right in front of my face, narrating Liesel and Rudy’s world, and I wasn’t convinced for a second.
In both form and content, Nuñez’s work pushes its reader to think more deeply about the world and its inhabitants.
I am a woman, and I am liberated by my rage. You should be too.
Is that really our national default when it comes to sexual assault? Assessing it against the same metrics we’d use to pick apart a ghost story?