The Oregonian: Book Review

Excerpted from The Oregonian:
Brilliantly, once John disappears from our view at that narrative precipice, Barbara’s viewpoint resumes for the disconcerting final fifth of the book, back in the post-9/11 States. In her roiling desperation to find her son, Barbara crashes prison transfers and harasses every politician who ever attended one of her fundraisers, accusing their aides of imitating Nazi functionaries when they have no answers for her She gains 20 pounds and grows scary, an ancient icon of the war-grieved mother. Read More.

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