Sylvow reviewed in Interzone

Posted: April 3, 2011 by douglasthompson in Reviews

Ian Sales writing in the current issue of Interzone (No.233) says of Sylvow:

“…When read as a novel of disconnect, of humanity’s failed attempts to understand, or come to an accommodation with, Nature and her needs, Sylvow works very well indeed. Many of the passages set in the forest showcase some lovely writing …Sylvow is an intriguing blend of genres. With this novel, and his debut Ultrameta, Thompson has certainly shown he is a name to watch.”

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