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Steven HeightonAlthough Human Traces is beset with problems, the novel is no failure. A generosity of vision, an integrity of intelligence and feeling lift it above the level of its own elements. If the psychologist Stephen Kosslyn is right to say that "the mind is what the brain does"—a wonder arising from the complex integration of simple, at times misfiring, components—Human Traces can be said to work in much the same way.
—The New York Times