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Patrick AndersonGrimes can be many things—literate, lyrical, funny, funky, discursive, bizarre—but she is never clunky. Sometimes, reading her, you think you've stumbled on an improbable fusion of Agatha Christie and Monty Python, but that, in moderation, is not an unpleasant experience…This is, let it be said, a monumentally whimsical novel. You may find it bewildering at times, but if you are partial to whimsy it will dazzle you.
—The Washington Post