The Stone Gods Reviews
"Just in case the reader starts wondering what exactly this novel is about, the novel tells us. Exactly. After Billie finds a copy of a book titled The Stone Gods, Spike asks her what it's about. 'A repeating world,' replies Billie, a world in which every end is a fresh beginning and every beginning anticipates an apocalypse. Vonnegut did it better." - Kirkus Reviews.
"While some readers might not care for the kaleidoscopic structure or eroticism, this beautifully written book is nevertheless recommended for all libraries." - Library Journal.
"Winterson's lapses into polemic can be tedious, but her prose-as stunning, lyrical and evocative as ever-and intelligence easily carry the book." - Publishers Weekly.
""A playful but impassioned novel. Winterson cloaks her disillusionment with out political excesses in a sustained imaginative jeu desprit. Her writing is funny and beautiful." - The Times (UK).
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