Apex Hides the Hurt Reviews
"Whitehead disappoints in this intriguingly conceived but static tale of a small town with an identity crisis." - PW.
"In spare and evocative prose, Whitehead does Shakespeare one better: What's in a name, and how does our identity relate to our own sense of who we are? For serious fiction collections in academic and public libraries." - Library Journal.
"Cultural insight, conceptual ingenuity and cutting-edge humor distinguish the third novel by a New York writer who never fails to engage and intrigue." - Kirkus.
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