Winnipeg Free Press: Malarky is beautiful, brilliant, profound, poignant and comedic
Saturday was robust for Malarky and my book has been blessed with engagement and understanding for which I am grateful.
The Winnipeg Free-Press praised Malarky as “alternately beautiful, brilliant, profound, poignant and comedic work of literary fiction that seamlessly brings together many disparate themes and ideas.”
“Philomena’s love for Jimmy, the love of a mother for her son, is the central theme of this novel. But the book has much to ask and much to say about many other topics as well, among them empowerment through sex, loneliness in marriage, the futility of war, the strains of immigration and the margins of mental health.
Schofield’s ability to tie all these together in such an original, quirky, tender and eloquent way is to be commended…”
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