Friday, August 01, 2014

'All Saints reads like a collision between Barbara Pym and Lynn Coady’s Hellgoing'

The love for K.D Miller's All Saints keeps rolling in, this time courtesy of Kerry Clare in The Globe and Mail:

Miller – in language that doesn’t draw attention to itself, but bends to suit her purposes – uses the small moments in life to illuminate big questions. Where did the story start? What is destiny? Is there an order to the universe, to a life? ... It’s an absorbing, amusing and deeply meaningful read that affirms the power of sacred spaces – and excellent books – even in the modern world.

Happy Weekend!

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