Until I Find You Reviews
'Though the incessant, graphic sexual abuse becomes gratuitous,
Irving handles the novel's less seedy elements superbly: the earthy
camaraderie of the tattoo parlors, the Hollywood glitz, Jack's
developing emotional authenticity, his discovery of a half-sister
and a moving reunion with his father.' - Publishers Weekly.
'Irving's much anticipated new novel is problematic. Some novels
are simply too long, and this is one of them....The last quarter of
the book would have made a decent novel on its own...and it is only
in the last quarter...that this book has life and a point; however,
expect considerable demand from the author's loyal fans.' -
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