Here’s an excerpt from Daniel Green‘s review.
Readers who prefer fiction that is “about” something and invites emotional engagement would not be disappointed with Natural Wonders, although they must be willing to read more actively and imaginatively than a typically “immersive” novel might ask. This novel could without serious distortion be called a love story, albeit more about the natural wonder of its absence than its presence. Still, attentive readers sympathetic to inventive writers seeking fresh formal expression of the common human experiences to which fiction unavoidably returns should find it an uncommonly adept achievement.
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