An Unnameable Star

August 21st, 2008 • Kate

This just in! Our very first review for Ellen Booraem‘s debut novel The Unnameables, and it’s a STAR from Kirkus! It’ll be in the September 1st issue, so it’s not online yet, but here’s an excerpt:

Booraem’s debut is an ever-surprising, genre-defying page-turner. Realistic characters deal with philosophical problems in vivid, flowing prose that is evocative and often funny. A sort of combination of witch-trial-era Salem and The Giver, this book offers a treat with nearly every page turn.

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2 Responses to “An Unnameable Star”

  1. yellowbrick08 Says:

    That's fantastic! Congrats to both of you. I've been reading about The Unnameables, and it sounds great, right up my alley. I'm looking forward to its debut, Oct. 1?

  2. jeanoram Says:

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of this book and I loved it! It is a page-turner all right. Ellen did a great job of making a believable other society, plus I loved Goatman. Bwaaah!
    I recommend it!
    P.S. Did I remember to say, thank you Daphne? If not, thank you! I loved it. 🙂