Three new reviews of Necessary Errors: For Bookforum, Zeke Turner has written a thoughtful, generous review, calling the novel “a slow, beautiful look at the process of assembly, destruction, and revision specific to coming of age.” Mark Athitakis calls the novel “elegant and intellectually robust” in Newsday. And on her blog, a writer who goes by the moniker “Sassy Peach, Book Blogger,” writes:
Let me tell you about this novel. It is STUNNING. Capital S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G. Like someone took a stun gun, pointed it at my side, and fired every time I set down to open this novel.
So you can’t say you haven’t been warned.