"Lascivious, bizarre, entertaining . . . Glover has a wonderful facility for imagery, language, farce, and the grotesque." — Quill & Quire
is] a maginificent hail Mary of pure imagination . . . a ribald, raunchy wit with a talent for searing self-investigation . . . Glover's prose throughout, while being consistent in voice, is also a rich blend of elegance and punch, raw affect and slippery allusion." — Globe and Mail
"A hybrid of Defoe, Marquez, Rabelais, and Cervantes, Elle is historical fiction at its most innovative, a seriously whimsical book full of arcane lore from the first days of the European settlement of the New World. Parts of this book are so funny they will make you laugh out loud. The language is at times so beautiful it will take away your breath. A remarkable wondrous experience awaits you." — Wayne Johnston
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