Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Review: Missy by Chris Hannan

Today in January Magazine’s fiction section, Linda L. Richards looks at Missy by Chris Hannan. Says Richards:
The US edition of Missy, by award winning Scottish playwright Chris Hannan, is an object lesson in what to avoid when designing a book. A cheery chartreuse cover splashed in bright red with that single word title, at first glance, Missy looks like a classic example of contemporary children’s book design. In this instance, this is not a good thing.

The story of an opium-addicted prostitute making bad choices in the American west, Missy is about as far from being a book for kids as can be imagined.
The full review is here.

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