Ghost writers have always been figures of mystique. Often they are the unsung or at least, un-marketed heroes of wonderful literary works.
“a well-written story by an inventive writer.”
“She thought about secrets and the damage they did.”
“. . . outstanding on every level . . . heaven sent.”
The Hanging Garden, Patrick White’s posthumous novel, is absolutely luminous, its publication a gift.
“Manu Joseph perfectly captures his characters in his precise, sharp prose.”
“A story is like a dance. It takes at least two people to make it come to life, the one who does the telling and the one who does the listening.”
Every once in a while, a book comes along that is so creatively out-of-the box that the reader isn’t quite sure what he holds in his hands.