“Rebecca Goldstein is a rare find among contemporary novelists: she has intellectual muscle as well as a tender emotional reach.” —Ian McEwan
In the 1/27 Washington Post Book World, Ron Charles raves about Rebecca Goldstein’s 36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction, saying that Rebecca’s “brainy, compassionate, divinely witty novel . . . has arrived at exactly the right moment.” Ron is in agreement with Janet Maslin, who, in last week’s New York Times, called 36 Arguments “dazzling” and “sparked by frequent flashes of nonchalant brilliance.”
If you haven’t yet, check out Maureen Corrigan’s fantastic review on NPR’s Fresh Air, in which she states that Goldstein’s book “appeared like an answer to a fevered prayer.” Pick up your copy today!