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Steven MooreTo appreciate a novel as meticulously crafted as this, it needs to be studied, its patterns and symbolism deciphered, its historical cross-references pondered. It's certainly one of the great road novels, joining that dusty convoy stretching from Petronius's Satyricon through Cervantes's Don Quixote to the late Gilbert Sorrentino's The Sky Changes. It's an exhilarating trip, a literary experience unlike anything else piled up in book stores. Only revolutions against the conventional novel like this one keep the genre truly novel.
— The Washington Post