Title

A review of ‘Isabelle of the Moon and Stars’

Document Type

Book Review

Publisher

Westerly

School

School of Arts and Humanities

Comments

McKenzie, V. (2015). A review of ‘Isabelle of the Moon and Stars’ [Review of the book Isabelle of the Moon and Stars, by S. A. Jones]. Westerly Magazine. Available here

Abstract

From the beginning of S.A. Jones’ Isabelle of the Moon and Stars, we learn that Isabelle is different. She is isolated from fellow passengers on a train when she makes a frank observation, and goes on to a performance review at work where it becomes clear that she does not have a great track record. And yet, Isabelle is a ‘good’ person: she befriends her elderly neighbour, and keeps herself fit and healthy. What’s the problem?...

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