An excerpt from Nick Kocz’s review:
In Theories of Forgetting, Olsen delivers what could be called a “destructuralized” novel that successfully resists the temptation of a conventional narrative strategy, yet for a novel that so self-consciously flashes its experimental bona fides, Theories remains eminently readable. Innovation and accessibility need not be in opposition to each other.
Olsen’s dialogue—at times DeLillo-esque, at times reminiscent of Mamet—sizzles.
Read the rest of the review HERE.