Suspension Bridges of Disbelief. "The Anatomy of Truth" by Kate Wild. [review]
Australian Book Review
As a whole, Wild struggles to establish a fictional world the reader can fully relax into. In this strange, dramatic story, Wild requires the reader to build suspension bridges of disbelief, at times without her assistance. But each section of this work is strong, with many vivid scenes and sharp observations, and Janey is an intriguing character, as much a victim of her own delusions as those around her. This ambitious and sinister exploration of women as wives, friends, mothers and sexual partners is worth reading.
Australian, Book Reviews, Publishing, Carolyn Tetaz, murder, mob violence, child abduction, sabotage, deceit, men, gender, stereotypes
Tetaz, Carolyn 2003. Suspension Bridges of Disbelief. Review of "The Anatomy of Truth" by Kate Wild. 'Australian Book Review', No 255, October, 46.