Fiction Reviews from Overseas!

Book Review
Check out what they’re saying about some of our books overseas!
““Wall” turns out to be an acute and exasperating case study in avoidance. It portrays the self—that object of intense contemporary fascination—as a kind of machine designed to distract us from ever having to think about death.” – Sam Sacks, Wall Street Journal
“A fantastic tale based on the life of early-20th-century boxer Joe Grim throws a flurry of wild punches.” – Sam Sacks, Wall Street Journal
“Grimmish provides a model for how a writer might confront the difficult challenge of writing about, and celebrating, masculine energies and impulses: acknowledge the challenge, absorb the blows. Chin down, fists up.” – Ian Sansom, Times Literary Supplement
“Grimmish, a novel about Joe Grim, a boxer famed for his ability to take a beating, is playful, touching, eccentric, full of feeling — and you’ll learn a bit about pain and pugilism.” – Robbie Millen, The Times