90 Second Review: A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb

A Certain Slant of LightThis is one of those books one needs to be in the right headspace to read. Its pace can be sluggish with a distinctly classic prose style (think Victorian) despite its modern setting. It’s also one of those books that dredges up a lot of questions about life, identity, conformity, God, the soul, true love, and death. But it doesn’t offer any concrete answers. Beautifully written, and ultimately for the patient philosopher with a keenness for the supernatural.

Personal rating: 4/5

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