|Posted on Saturday, May 07, 2005 - 10:28 pm: |
Did you see this very lovely review in Locus?
Locus - May Issue (Issue 532) by Faren Miller, page 21 and continued on 55.
Some of the things she says in a rather long and detailed review are:
"SPOTTED LILY is a wicked, thoroughly unpredictable romp of a first novel."
"In sum, this debut novel provides a dizzying but delightful journey through old myths and modern chaos, turning FAUST and PYGMALION on their ears as it cuts its own path toward something like self-knowledge."
|Posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 - 11:13 am: |
I need to get hold of this book.
|Posted on Monday, May 09, 2005 - 02:57 am: |
Thanks, Vera! And Rhys, I'm delighted, sort of. You are living proof that my earth-penetrating Intghotb Hypnotising Ray has worked, at least on you, but why does it only work on one infamous Welshman? Is the sole-encompassing power of my all-encompassing ray stuck because of 'Intghotb'? If indeed, 'Intghotb' doesn't mean 'Universal', then can you recommend a better reference for me than the German-Welsh Dictionary? Check your llyfrau, man, or yr heddlu a phlismona, and help me out. I've got a few billion more humans to hypnotise tonight, and then I can sleep happy.