15 Sep 2011

To Be Sung Underwater by Tom McNeal


Hachette

While I can’t be as effusive as Marcus Zusak in his praise for this book, I certainly enjoyed it. For me, the strength of it lies in the dialogue and how the characters of Willy Blunt and Judith Toomey take shape during the course of their interactions with each other. They are memorable for the fact that they demonstrate the pure luck of finding an easy companionship as a mainstay for a good life.

BiP staff review by Sue