Kind One Reviews
"Though the chronologically disjointed story is relayed through the points of view of several characters, Hunt deftly maintains an unsettling tone and a compelling narrative that will linger with readers long after the last page." - Publishers Weekly
"Starred Review. Opening with a prologue in the form of an extraordinarily beautiful meditation on loss, Hunt's writing deepens into allegory, symbolism and metaphor, all while spinning forth a dark tale of abuse, incest and corruption reminiscent of Faulkner...Profoundly imaginative, strikingly original, deeply moving." - Kirkus
"There is always a surprise in the voice and in the heart of Laird Hunt's stories - with its echoes of habit caught in a timeless dialect, so we see the world he gives us as if new. 'You hear something like that and it walks out the door with you.'" - Michael Ondaatje
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