»Indeed, Night Film’s most intelligent streak is its message that while we love to terrify ourselves with imagined horrors (people possessed by demons, etc.), the real monsters are other human beings.«
Marisha Pessl’s mystery about a dark director might be better onscreen, Marjorie Celona says. Her review about Night Film, the latest novel by Ms. Pessl, you will find at the National Post.
»Indeed, Life After Life is a bit like the movie Groundhog Day. The trouble is that Atkinson seems more invested in the idea of the novel rather than in its characters, giving the whole thing a dead, er, flat quality.«
Marjorie Celona about the novel Life After Life by Kate Atkinson. Her review you will find at the National Post.