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David Finkle. . .[A] juicy blend of Anton Chekhov and Ivy Compton-Burnett. . . .Choosing to leave answers to the imagination is Ellis' way of saying that imagination is all we have in our efforts to comprehend one another. . . .Though The Sin Eater may be about dealing with poisonous natures, itlends itself all the same to being gobbled up whole.
—New York Times Book Review