Monday, February 05, 2007

Another review of Breathe

I got a slimline yellow envelope in the post today from Greenwillow, the imprint of Harper Collins that publishes my novels in the US. Breathe has been reviewed in Kliatt. The review is mostly a (very sensitive) sum up of the story, but the reviewer Janis Flint-Ferguson does have this to say:

In this mesmerizing story, Trout is the real protagonist and his search to find himself stands in contrast to Undine and her desire to lose herself in magic.

What I like about this review (apart from the word mesmerising!) is that Breathe was always Trout's story to me, and it's nice to have that recognised. It also makes Breathe sound all clever and symmetrical, which of course it is.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:32 AM

    Ooh that's good isn't it. Yay for Trout.