Saturday, July 7, 2012
FREIGHT: An American Book Reviewed
Freight is in some ways a throwback, a sweet-souled, old-fashioned book wearing the armor (or maybe the Nehru jacket) of postmodernism. Bearing a dedication that the reader at first presumes must be dripping with irony, "For everyone and everything, ever," it proceeds to make that cynical reader half-believe—but half is too weak a fraction; I'm inclined to say 94.7% believe—not only in the sincerity of such a sentiment, but even in its wisdom."
Michael Griffith, author of Bibliophilia & Trophy. Read his full review in the March/April 2012 edition of American Book Review.
Posted by Mel Bosworth at 11:57 PM