PETER STRAUB SAYS: "This dazzling, melancholy, and thoroughly gripping book
reminds me of why the now unjustly-forgotten Robert Nathan was such a
satisfying writer. In MIRANDA, John R. Little uses crisp writing and a
masterly sense of pace to structure a brilliant short novel filled with
invention, courage, and baffled love."
GARY BRAUNBECK FROM HIS INTRODUCTION: "You are about to experience one of
the most moving, superbly-written, and exhilaratingly imaginative pieces of
fiction that it's been my privilege to encounter."