“That must be a heckuva book,” the elderly man said. He stood before me, hand in hand with his lady friend, as they walked the boardwalk on an afternoon constitutional. “It definitely is,” I answered, emerging from my reverie. “I bet it’s a love story,” he said with a smile. “Well, not exactly – not a conventional love story.” I held the book up so he could see the title. “It’s called Web of Angels […]
“Web of Angels, goes further than any novel I think I’ve ever read in dramatising the strange brilliance of inner life…a novel that deals with the most commonplace of lives and manages to show the rich complexity that lies behind them…And I found it immensely moving…This is…what literature was designed for…” Read the full review at Tales From the Reading Room, a literary salon where all are welcome.
In Web of Angels, an interviewer from CityTV is first on the scene to report on the tragedy that begins the action of redemption. So it was with delight, pleasure, and a sense of serendipity that I had a wonderful live conversation with Meghan for Breakfast Television. Here’s the link! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.