The first review

by nike, February 8, 2013

This morning I woke in the glorious and incredibly welcoming city of York. After a lovely breakfast in the hotel dining room I came upstairs and guess what had landed in my inbox? The first review of Rupetta.

Rick Kleffel over at bookotron says:

Contemporary author N. A. Sulway’s striking novel ‘Rupetta’ is a powerful, sweeping but compact epic vision that slips through genres …

Kleffel’s review includes a discussion of the limitations of genre as a way to select books for reading, and of the ways writers “annihilate genre boundaries … on a regular basis”. The review also includes discussion of Junot Diaz’s The Brief, Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, F Paul Wilson’s Cold City, Jim Crace’s Harvest, and Thomas Owen’s The House of Oracles and other stories.

You can read the whole review online here …

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