by Ronlyn Domingue
NEAR 91 DEGREES LONGITUDE-
Here’s the good news. My first novel was reviewed by the New York Times.
Here’s the bad news. It was a horrible review.
I do not hyperbolize. It was really bad. So that you understand how terrible it is, I’ve included it entirely as the next full paragraph. Please feel free to gasp, snicker, or laugh aloud at any time during my cautionary tale, even if you think you shouldn’t. Release the humours. It’s healthier that way.
Fiction Chronicle, Sunday, November 20, 2005. The Mercy of Thin Air (Atria Books)
Domingue’s first novel is like “The Lovely Bones” minus the lovely prose;