Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The Sun Review

This past weekend, many newspapers in the Sun chain (Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Ottawa) ran Joan Barfoot's review of Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, which said some nice things about the book, calling it, "an absorbingly complex tale that combines the concerns of troubled cops with accounts from an underworld of bikers, the Mafia, sex-trade workers and ethnic-based gangs."

And finishing with,

"As Everybody Knows This is Nowhere beautifully shows, change depends, timelessly, on the inclinations, depravities, ambitions and hopes of individual humans out to do their best, or their worst, in the world."

Some of the papers also ran this really cool illutration by Tim Peckham.

5 comments:

pattinase (abbott) said...

You are gonna be big, John. Get used to it.

adrian mckinty said...

congrats man. I just got the book and am looking forward to it.

Slainte

John McFetridge said...

Wow, thanks you guys, I really appreciate the support.

Adrian, I picked up The Bloomsday Dead at my local mystery bookstore. Looking forward to it this weekend.

Corey Redekop said...

Just finished it. Zowie.

allan levine said...

ya know, these accolades are just plain annoying.
Mazel Tov!