Nice review of King of the Worlds in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser this morning.
“If Kurt Vonnegut and Douglas Adams had a baby, it would look a lot like ‘King of the Worlds.’ With its tongue-in-cheek humor and intelligent allusions, this is the kind of fiction that playfully reassembles tropes and rejects all labels. It’s a dark riot.”
I didn’t fall in love with literature until I was around seventeen years old, and those were two of the first writers who did it for me–I’m glad to carry on their legacy in whatever way I can. Good eye, Misty Sanico! And thanks.
Also, I’ll be reading this afternoon at Revolution Books with friends David Odhiambo and Rajiv Mohabir. Should be fun. Come if can.