Lauren McCreery McCreery itibaren Montpreveyres, İsviçre
Not my favorite Alice Hoffman book, but any book by Alice reads beautifully, so worth the time just for that. It's a very fast read. It's almost fablesque in the telling.
A lot of these essays were dated -- I found myself wondering what, for example, Franzen would have to say about privacy issues now -- but I enjoyed almost all of them nonetheless. "Why Bother," about the state of fiction in America, was particularly interesting, though maybe non-writers might not agree with that.
Very good read. I liked the writing style.