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John Leonard"Reed has been revising the authorized edition of American history in all his novels, to give the ghosts a chance to talk, and in The Terrible Twos he achieves a kind of jive transcendence. . . . Reed is as close as we are likely to get to a Garcia Marquez, elaborating his own mythology even as he trashes ours. . . . The Terrible Twos tells many jokes before it kills , almost as if it had been written with barbed wire."
John Leonard, New York Times, 6/17/82