"This reminds me of the French artsy movies that take place around a dining room table or in one long tedious scene in a salon. It is an existential exploration of human frailty and lack of control in life. Characters seem to be driven by events an..."
"Interesting plot style, a bit like Girl On A Train but nevertheless not that interesting as a story. Huston is a talented writer but she formats her stories into contrived plot lines that make reading a chore and unrewarding."
In Nancy Hustons new novel the charactersparticipate in a legal hearing of a highly singular variety, unfolding outsideof real time and place. They each give testimony in front of a mysteriousmagistrate who turns out to be none other than the...