PositiveThe RumpusInnocents and Others is a wonderfully alive novel about filmmaking, friendship, and self-creation. Its magic lies in the intelligence and depth of its sentences.
RaveThe Millions...a heartbreaking, hilarious, and humane exploration of the filial relationship ... My Father, the Pornographer is a better book because it doesn’t assume a phony 'objectivity' or 'distance;' it’s a searching, open-hearted memoir that doesn’t contrive an easy position for its author in relationship to his father.
RaveThe MillionsThe Vegetarian is a sharply written allegory that extends far beyond its surreal premise to unexpected depths. The translation by Deborah Smith is by turns elegant and coarse. The narrators are perfectly pitched to their individual voices; they are looking for answers, or perhaps else.