Wednesday, August 11, 2010
"Conjuring sharp, meticulously detailed images of fair exhibitions (The wonders of the world slide past. Parisian corsets cavorting on their pedestals. Vases on lacquered shelves. Folding beds. Walls of cutlery. The sweetest assortment of sugar-colored pills, all set to sail on a yacht"), Kephart evokes a tantalizing portrait of love, remorse, and redemption."
PS. Egmont's also fabulous Alison Weiss just provided me with this link to the whole review.