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Nora KrugMuch of this may not be news to Faulkner scholars and aficionados. But Wells's personalized rendition brings a warmth to the lore. In her telling, Faulkner is less a literary icon than a quirky uncle who took her sailing, escorted her trick-or-treating, showed her how to clean a gun, and drove her to and from school…Wells says Every Day by the Sun is a kind of thank-you note to her uncle…but it is also a testament to her own gifts as a writer.
—The Washington Post