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Lenora TodaroIn God Jr., Cooper manages to find a language for yearning for transcendence amid human disconnection. The narrator indirectly leads the reader around to the question of whether our fates are predetermined or we have the will to break free from our programming, so to speak. If one believes Cooper is a subversive writer, one assumes the latter. But the scars on his broken spirits tell another tale.
— The New York Times