Book Review: the end of the book by porter shreve - the frank martin review (july 2014)

For aficionados of the printed page, THE END OF THE BOOK is a love letter to a medium that may be dying but more likely is just enduring yet another change in its role in society—one change of many during its long history. But this novel does not allow sentimentality to blind it to print’s shortcomings or the bright spots of its many successors. Much like turning the final page of a riveting story, or deciding that a great love has run its course, THE END OF THE BOOK’s outlook for the future is bittersweet. It understands that declarations of finality are tedious and false, and that every end is always a beginning, a middle, and everything in between.

Read the full review at The Frank Martin Review.

 The Fiction Section at John K. King Books - Detroit, Michigan

The Fiction Section at John K. King Books - Detroit, Michigan