Los Angeles Review: Review of What the Zhang Boys Know

A pleasant surprise. The Los Angeles Review, which is a terrific journal published by Red Hen Press, posted a review by Ed Bennett of What the Zhang Boys Know.

Bennett writes:

Ultimately, What the Zhang Boys Know is a book about the many types of love we can experience. Simon and Wesley learn their love for their mother is not lost, although they must continue to seek it. Their neighbors illustrate more superficial forms of desire—for things and fleeting relationships, which change constantly. Garstang empathizes with all of them, refusing to take sides among the people who are trying to find a little Eden amid the rubble of urban development.

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