The Post-War Dream Reviews
"Cullin's brilliantly clear descriptions of both emotions and landscapes give this story a near-mystical feel as Hollis' life is shown to be far from ordinary." - Booklist.
"This touching, quintessentially American story of marriage, aging, and the fading Greatest Generation is enhanced by poetic prose, vivid accounts of war, and sympathetic characters whom many of us will find familiar." - Library Journal.
"A misstep in Cullin's unpredictable, adventurous and, alas, frustratingly uneven oeuvre." - Kirkus Reviews.
"Cullins's sterile eighth novel is the bleak dirge of Korean War vet Hollis Adams ... Flashbacks to Korea provide welcome reprieve, but the reader never connects with Hollis or Debra, so their suffering feels muted, even as the narrative dives into stark tragedy." - Publishers Weekly.
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