Informative reviews of debut novels. Hope you find it helpful!
~post by Jan
“I find it very interesting that the voices of these three fictional young women, two in the 1970s and one in 2014, are so strikingly familiar to me. And ultimately that’s what we love about debut works, the finding of the promise of familiarity.”
In this month’s installment of Book Vloggin’ with Jan, Jan takes a look at three favorite debut novels and discusses what it is that attracts us to new voices.
Books Reviewed In This Video:
The Last Days of California by Mary Miller
“This was my first date with Mary Miller and I give it 5 out of 5 BookPeople. More Mary Miller, please. Can that be a thing?”
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
“The second greatest thing about a debut work is getting to see the beginnings of an already established voice. It’s discovering the raw roots of the authors that you…
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