A long and thoughtful review of A Greater Monster

By on September 3rd, 2013
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For anyone who has read or is considering reading my second novel A Greater Monster: a popular, critical and highly intelligent blogger-of-unusual-books has posted a long and thoughtful review and has invited discussion/posting of comments.

http://bit.ly/oddbooksMonster

She begins the review by writing…

Jesus Christ. The best way I can begin this book discussion is to dare every single one of you to buy the book and read it.

And she concludes it…

I have to stop here because I could keep going for another five thousand or so words and still not cover all this book brings to the table. [...] But the interpretation, as I mentioned before, is half the fun. You should read this book and not just because I dare you to read it. You should read it because it’s not like anything I have ever read before and in spite of being one of the more challenging narratives I’ve tackled for [I Read Odd Books], it remained compelling and interesting, even as I had to put it down and return to it. Highly recommended.


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