Posted at 12:00 AM on February, 16 2015
Deb Baker maintains the column "The Mindful Reader" for the Union Leader and her column is featured in the Union Leader and on NewHampshire.com. In a recent review she had this to say about Mr. Butler's novel:
“Holy Fool,” in other words, is about the human condition — who are we and what are we doing here? What are we to believe? How should we act? And why does society entice us to act otherwise? Butler is on to something with these themes , and he also creates some vivid images...
You can read the entire review at this link: The Mindful Reader Review
Deb Baker is a writer and insatiable reader. She’s the adult services manager at Concord Public Library and blogs about books at bookconscious.wordpress.com and the library world at thenocturnallibrarian.com, and is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. The opinions expressed in The Mindful Reader column are her own and not those of her employer.
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