See, that's what trauma gets you... your soap opera true love.
Taichi Yamada is very much a "sixth sense" writer — but his ghosts emerge from the inside.
Among the finer postwar allegories, this is Coetzee's first anti-Apartheid blast — perhaps his best.
Familiarity breeds contempt. Now, Iraq is the land that time forgot.
“Maybe ‘overshare’ is the active component in a new perfume intended to make its users believe they’re in 1940s noir movies.”
"When I did not get the meaning of the word caliber, he said, Think of a swallow expelled from eaves traveling at the speed of light."
Unsettling. Not simplistic. Entertaining. Here's good sci-fi.
The young William Petersen gives this thriller some smart clout.