Requiem Reviewed by American Book Review

Author and critic Selah Saterstrom has posted a review of Teresa Carmody’s Requiem in the American Book Review.

Like the difficult and necessary theological propositions embedded within the works of Flannery O’Connor and William Faulkner, Requiem suggests that perhaps, in the end, all we can do is see until we can’t anymore. Carmody’s darkly poignant illustration of this advocates that seeing—despite our fears, limitations, and distractions—may be one of love’s most sincere gestures.

Read the review at American Book Review.

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