A Rapid Fire Life: Review of Nell Zink's The Wallcreeper — Benjamin Woodard | Numéro Cinq
A novel that’s difficult to summarize, for while one could say the book is a lampoon of modern relationships, or an elongated joke about eco-terrorism, or a satire concerning birdwatchers and American expats stumbling through life in Europe, each of these interpretations fails to capture the pure insanity that rockets through the narrative’s gnarled veins.