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Daniel Asa RoseThe disjunction between Gitmo and Prada is too delicious not to put a sideways smile on your face. You'll also be twisting a lip upward at the Bellowesque brio of Gilvarry's language…In many ways, this novel is a left-handed love letter to America. Whether describing New York's subway system…or the Bronxville campus of Sarah Lawrence …Gilvarry shows that he cherishes a country he clearly feels is at risk.
—The New York Times Book Review