An incisive review of BEREFT.

Here’s an excerpt from Chris Herrmann’s lovely review of BEREFT:

Ultimately the novel is about balances: between Rafe’s persona of the shy fantasy geek and the teenager inwardly deciding he might be gay, angry at the injustice around him, the spiritual beliefs of a Christian mother (symbolized by opaque angels) and the cultural beliefs of a father (symbolized by the mall kiosk Dan masks), the predators both virulently open and cunningly hidden in the prep school, and Rafe’s own decisions of balancing who he will become in his own life.

Read the rest of the review here.

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