New York Times review of Summerlong

We reviewed Summerlong over at Green Man Review but this fine Autumn morning I’d like to send you over to the New York Times, yes The Grey Lady herself, for N.K. Jemisen’s review of this splendid novel in which she sums up her review in this manner: ‘It’s a rare story of summer that feels like the summer — like dreamy intense passions rising and arcing and then spinning away; like beauty underlaid with a tinge of sadness because it is ephemeral. Beagle has captured that seasonal warmth here, beautifully, magically.’

About Cat Eldridge

I’m the publisher of Green Man Review which has been exploring the roots and branches of our shared global culture for close to thirty years. My favorite Works by Peter are A Fine and Private Place and Tamsin plus pretty all of his shorter fiction such as ‘Come Lady Death’.

I’ve met but once over dinner and he’s quite witty and charming in person.

At Green Man Review, he’s the only writer that we like so much that two editions were done on him and his works.

 

 

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