Toronto Life calls Cordelia Strube's Milosz one of the season's must-reads
We're ecstastic that Toronto Life has listed Cordelia Strube's Milosz as one of fall's five must-reads (if we can brag a little, it's in position #1)! The feature appears as part of the Best of Fall 2012 edition (October 2012), available on newsstands now. Here's what Toronto Life had to say about the novel:
Half the fun of this blackly comic novel is finding out what over-the-top punishment Toronto author Cordelia Strube will subject her hero to next. Milo is a middle-aged actor who gets kicked by a deer and almost drowns in a polluted river—and that’s before he discovers that his father, whom he thought was dead, is still alive and on a reality TV show.
Other must-reads include Rawi Hage's Carnival, Annabel Lyon's The Sweet Girl, Zadie Smith's NW and Christopher Hitchens's Mortality.
Read the feature on the Toronto Life website.