Quill and Quire Review

22 Mar

“McCluskey is a delightfully deft stylist; her sentences are replete with striking images, as with her description of the old Swim house in Pollock Passage, where the shirts on the clothesline “flapped and fluttered like hope.” Overall, Harriett is enjoyable company as she struggles, as we all do, to make sense of the many scattered elements of her own experience in service of what she aptly sums up as “a forensic self-audit to figure out Me.”

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