Reviews

While reviews are generally aimed at acquainting the reader with the basic storyline of a novel, they usually provide some limited insights into deeper aspects of form and meaning in the novel’s development. Reading reviews after reading a novel is to have an extended conversation about the novel. Almost always a good review will generate interesting threads to a continued dialogue about a novel.

Elizabeth Strout — My Name is Lucy Barton

Deborah Levy — Hot Milk

Ottessa Moshfegh — Eileen

Paul Beatty — The Sellout

Madeleine Thien

Wyl Menmuir

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