The Cure For Grief Just In Time!

Time magazine reviews Nellie Hermman’s THE CURE FOR GRIEF, saying that “for a first-time novelist, Hermann is remarkably sure-footed.” The lovely review concludes:

The calamities that strike Hermann’s characters might be outtakes from the Book of Job, but she renders them with an emotional acuity that makes them believable. And though the shifts in perspective that frame the novel may seem gimmicky, the rhythmic quality of the prose never falters. As for the bleak title, it will surprise the reader to find that, for Ruby at least, there is a cure for grief. It is hard won, yes–but, in Hermann’s telling, it’s worth the winning.

You can find the whole review here.


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