Until We Have Faces

In a style reminiscent of John Cheever and Alice Munro, Michael Nye’s second collection of stories, Until We Have Faces, contend with transfixing themes: marital and familial estrangement, ways of trespass, the intractable mysteries and frights of modern life, the uncertainty of knowledge and truth, the gulfs between people and the technology we use, the frailty of our economic lives?while underlining throughout the persistency of love. His consummate skill, penetrating wit, and unfailing emotional generosity …

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