Review of Bob Shacochis's "The Woman Who Lost Her Soul"

So my book review of Bob Shacochis’s The Woman Who Lost Her Soul appeared in the Dallas Morning News last Sunday, and can be found here. One thing remarkable about the book is that it’s quite long (720 pages), and I wonder who reads long novels these days. It seems there is never enough time. But I realize there are other books of equal length or longer that reached the best seller lists, so apparently there is still room for the long novel, which is good news. I particularly thought The Woman Who Lost Her Soul got better as it went on, as the story grew more and more complex, and Shacochis intertwined a series of stories that spanned from WWII to the mid-Nineties.

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