Signs and Wonders


Signs and Wonders


Author Alix Ohlin


Book Review



What a kaleidoscope of colourful stories, brilliantly bright fading to gray then to black.  I'm going to read her other book, titled Inside.  From the mundane to sublime, twisting and turning, along the way, all sixteen stories.  It was hard to put down.
Absolutely the best collection of short stories ever.

I looked at Alix's picture on the back cover.  She is young for one so wise. 


  • New York Times Editors' Choice, 
  • Oprah's Book Club Summer Reading, 
  • Scotiabank Giller Prize, 
  • Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize Nominee.  


Could there be anything else, she could ever hope for?  I doubt it. 

Wow, that's impressive.
I give this one, two thumbs up. Recommend it whole heartedly. A must read.

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