A review of ‘Isabelle of the Moon and Stars’
School of Arts and Humanities
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?...