"This work takes an uncomfortably conservative bend I don't remember Grisham espousing in his other books, in that it relies on racist, homophobic and sexist stereotypes which, beyond being morally annoying, betrays laziness in imagination, researc..."
"As she often does, Winterson disrupts the expected form of the novel, replacing its orderly chapters with a much more free-flowing narrative. In many ways, including this play with structure that dances on the edges of being prose, her writing fee..."
"If Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere and Virginia Woolf's Orlando had a child, it would be this book.
Winterson has played with time before in many of her novels, most notably (for me, at least) Stone Gods. Here she demonstrates her master of the novel as..."