It is that compelling, that beautifully written, that filled with compassion, longing and even humor.
Millet's advocacy with endangered species and her graduate degrees in environmental policy and economics inform this novel without clamminess or preachy rhetoric.
Maybe it was going to get better, but I just didn't have enough faith that it would to drag myself through another minute.
a very interesting take on a very important philosophy ...Published 2 months ago by Pasquale Moscatello
Incredible, amazing read. Such a powerful story, one that still has me reflecting. It's told in a remarkable way, feeling as if each word was carefully chosen for the perfect... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Debbie Wilson
This is a beautiful, haunting, wake-up call, in a different way than Daniel Quinn's "Ishmael". Read morePublished 6 months ago by YSQ
I bought this paperback because the title and the photo on the front cover intrigued me. Serves me right! The plot of this "novel" is quite preposterous. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. Stahl
This novel was substantially different from what I expected. It's in fact substantially different from all the other novels I've read. I recommend it.Published 17 months ago by Unclipped in Urbana
I really wanted to like this book, I just couldn't. It starts out slow and gets slower. The story switches from being about the main character, "T" and his life, to a PSA about... Read morePublished 21 months ago by SeattleLoves2Trvl
She is a very good writer. Strange story. I had read another of her books and then realized this was a prequel to that one.Published 23 months ago by psychology scholar
Before reading this book, I had no idea who this author was. Yet, within a dozen pages, I was coming to understand that I was reading something quite special. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Brian d'Eon