Slow molasses drip under a tipped up crescent moon
March 28, 2014
This article has moved to a new location. Click the following link to read my review of “Skin” by Kathe Koja.
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About J. Eric SmithExecutive Director, Salisbury House Foundation.
Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes. One of my favorite books of all-time (and the start of the four-book stretch where Kathe Koja was the best author in America).
[late 1990s? You might've noticed it based on my rec...]
I know I found Koja cold from the Kotzwinkle angle . . . but I think we talked about it soon after I read “The Cipher” and you probably did encourage me along in reading the rest of her works!
I figured you’d approve!!!
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I love this book. It knocked my socks off. Incredibly visceral and direct, like Koja had knocked a spigot into my heart and had started pouring ink down it! I barely slept while I read it, and read it again.
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