Greenland’s fourth novel I Regret Everything proves affecting and funny.
Shining City is simply pedal-to-the-metal fun — sassy and knowing and irreverent. If you have room for one entertainment this summer, let Shining City be it.
Recalls the recent fictive universes of Elmore Leonard, Quentin Tarantino and the Coen brothers . . . The Angry Buddhist is a wild entertainment as well as a novel about the way we live now that dares to dance with the profound.
A pitch-perfect setup of Hollywood’s endemic self importance . . . brilliantly acid narrative . . . the book’s pace is fast, furious and fun . . . the pace of this raucous thrill ride never slackens.
The Bones is a tour de force, and I rarely use French phrases.
Mr. Greenland writes beautifully. His book is a stitch.