“ The problem is not that Dale Peck can’t write. Far from it. The problem is that Dale Peck can’t stop writing.
Ron Powers on Dale Peck’s novel, The Garden of Lost and Found for the NYTBR.
Zing! The last paragraph of the review may be the harshest thing I’ve read about a name-brand author in a prestige pub in some time. So much for “clubbiness and glad-handing.” Not that this book doesn’t sound like a hot mess deserving of a zesty pan. Powers makes his case.
(Source: The New York Times)