From reviews of The View From Castle Rock:
“Masterful. . .Munro really does know magic: how to summon the spirits and the emotions that animate our lives.” — Washington Post
“She proves herself once again one of those rare writers whose work changes the lives of her readers.” — Books in Canada
“The power of Munro’s storytelling never falters. . .This is a remarkable book.” — Sunday Telegraph
“The pre-eminent master of the short story. . .all delivered by her spare, wonderful prose.” — Independent on Sunday
“Thrilling. . .by the final page, the reader realizes that every word had been not only deliberate but essential.” — Newsday
About the Author
Born in Wingham, Ontario in 1931, Alice Munro has been hailed as a writer in the tradition of Chekhov. She has won many awards and prizes all over the English-speaking world. She and her husband divide their time between Clinton, Ontario, and Comox, British Columbia.