This book speaks in the simplest, most beautiful terms, of uncertainty, love, and sacrifice.
It’s about human nature, about the ability in each of us for great kindness or great cruelty.
The less Henry James writes, the more he says between those words.
This is a story about love of all kinds.
This book has a clever premise, dynamic plot, and beautiful writing
Autism is not a bad thing, but something misunderstood.
Shadow Run was a fun read with some great elements.
The episodic feel of this book, the dearth of information and one-sided literary illustrations, were a disappointment.
Strange the Dreamer is beautiful and entrancing, summoning the dreamer in all of us.
This book illustrates the reality of the Gilded Age, the dust and ashes beneath the glimmer and gold.
The plot weaves together disparate voices into a surprisingly melodious chorus.
The sheer lack of anything positive in the plot and intentionally obscure writing makes me wonder why I bothered reading it.