Long and narrow like a coffin

Midori Snyder over at the Endicott Studio for Mythic Arts has written a review of One for Sorrow:

While reading One for Sorrow, Christopher Barzak’s remarkable debut novel, I was reminded of a quote from Danish author, Tove Ditlivson: “Childhood is long and narrow like a coffin, and we do not get out of it without help.”

It’s a really lovely, blush-making review. You can read the rest of it over there.

Also, don’t forget to read the comments, where Terri Windling stands with Midori’s review, and Holly Black comments very excitedly. We love Holly. 🙂

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