»It’s in a book such as this, at least while we’re immersed in its reverberant pages, that we can find the only place where meaning, as dark as it might be, emerges as a balm against nothingness. Anyone who loves fine fiction has no choice but to read this novel now.«
A place quite dangerous for writers: Alan Cheuse about the novel Death of the Black-Haired Girl by Robert Stone. His review at SFGAte.
»I haven’t read as good a prologue to a spy thriller all year.«
Alan Cheuse about Ministers of Fire by Mark Harril Saunders. Read the review at sfgate.com.