SILENCE is “like finding the Advil bottle in the medicine cabinet” says NYTBR
Gal Beckerman has given Jane Brox’s newest book SILENCE (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, January 2019) a beautiful review in the New York Times Book Review. Deckerman notes that SILENCE is “[A] clever bit of counterprogramming,” and that “Coming upon [Silence] was like finding the Advil bottle in the medicine cabinet after stumbling about with a headache for a long time . . . [Brox’s] two settings, scrutinized intensely, present silence as many textured . . . Brox writes beautifully . . .
You can learn more about and order a copy of Jane’s exquisite book here, and visit her site to see where she’ll be reading soon near you.