Tuesday, April 16, 2013

At The Eclectic Reader

"Flesh is a story of shades and contrasts, languid but intense, darkly detailed and quietly introspective, poverty and cruelty, love and sensuality."--The Eclectic Reader

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The Bookish Dame Reviews

"Exotic, other worldly, almost fairytale-like (in the oldest sense of that word) in parts, this book tells us the earthly story of good meeting evil or the connection between the spirit and the flesh.  So much is earthbound, but so much points to the heavenly that we're drawn to compare it.  This is a very spiritual novel."--The Bookish Dame Reviews

Monday, April 8, 2013

Oh, for the HOOK of a BOOK!

"I’m going to extend my praise for Khanh Ha’s Flesh up front and without delay.  This book should earn literary distinction among the best literary fiction works for its multi-layered, lavish narrative prose! I hope my children will be reading this book in their college English classes one day. Whether or not, it will have a front and center spot on my shelf and it’ll be on my most recommended list."--Erin Al-Mehairi, Oh, for the Hook of a Book! Blog

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Ageless Pages Reviews

"Reading Flesh was an unusual, unique but very compelling reading experience. Depicting an unfamiliar and often harsh area of the world, Ha's talent for language and crafting a visual is apparent early on, and lends itself equally well to creating a vibrant and three-dimensional narrator in Tai. An impressive debut novel, Flesh is beautiful and dark, sad and moving, all at the same time.

 This is an author that can tug on your heartstrings equally well with sadness or joy. The easy voice, the lovely prose, the vivid characters are all add up to an immersive read that ends in an utterly unexpected manner. From start to finish, Flesh was an utterly compelling and unique read."--Ageless Pages Reviews