Reviews for The Mystics of Mile End
Two new reviews for the just-published The Mystics of Mile End! The first comes from Montreal’s YUL.buzz: “a charmingly singular tale… the story has a sense of magic and mystery that compels the reader from page to page while fanning a small flame of eccentric melancholy, thanks to the neighbourhood’s many personalities.”
And the next comes courtesy of Rachel Carlson, writing for The Winnipeg Review: “The Mystics of Mile End explores mysticism as an everyday practice that infiltrates science, secularism, religion, grief, joy, mathematics, linguistics, and intellectualism…. It is no small achievement that Samuel makes mysticism touchable.”
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