Monday, August 14, 2006

Julius Winsome in Publishers Weekly

Welcome back from the weekend! I found a nice present on my desk this morning in the form of another great early review for Gerard Donovan's (right) novel JULIUS WINSOME, this time from Publishers Weekly.
"Donovan's poetic, well-crafted third novel, like his debut, Schopenhauer's Telescope, shows how violence can infect and take over a person's life. ...Winsome's descent into anger, sadness, perhaps madness, begins when a deer hunter deliberately kills [his dog] Hobbes. From that moment, Winsome's need for revenge grows rapidly and irrationally. Readers will sympathize with him every step of the way."
To read other reviews of JULIUS WINSOME click here and here.
--John Mark

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