Living inside the head of Edie Richter was a wild and unexpected ride.
I was quickly hooked by the author’s marvelous writing style introducing us to Edie in the throes of crisis, while rapidly revealing her quirky, conflicted, hilarious view of the world. And her deep, deep grief. This character portrait is as real as it gets. If you’re in the market for reading a highly original work with a protagonist you just want to throw your arms around – spend some time with Edie.
Reviewed at Northshire Books