So Much Better on tawny grammar

April 10, 2010

posted by Caroline Picard

Another great review!go to this site to read the whole thing…I’ve just included an excerpt.

tawny grammer says,

So Much Better is a really impressive example of a novel that allows small things to take on big significance, and of a character study that makes a not always admirable protagonist both deeply sympathetic and deeply believable — Liz’ decisions and actions, even the most regrettable ones, arise organically and convincingly from who she is, and from how expertly Griffith has crafted the character and her world.

* Also, with so many recent articles and columns listing or asking for novels about work, So Much Better very much deserves to be part of that conversation.


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