Monday, February 27, 2012

Paul Lisicky on The Heart’s History

I’m quite flattered by the reception The Heart’s History continues to receive. The latest word is from the wonderful Paul Lisicky, author of Lawnboy and last year’s brilliant The Burning House:

Lewis DeSimone's Heart’s History is a novel of trouble and wonder. It moves in unexpected directions and looks into the complicated, real-life struggles that lesser writers tend to simplify or avoid. It is adult in its scope, and generous in its understanding of how loss changes us as both groups and individuals. As soon as I finished, I wanted to start reading all over again.


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