From World Literature Today:“The novel’s dystopian concepts are intriguing and as easy to imagine as wall-sized TV screens must have been when Bradbury published Fahrenheit 451 in 1953, and the vivid, concrete world of Brazil, from its beaches to its favelas, lends a solidity and vividness to the novel’s high-concept concerns. But what makes the story compelling is the story that unfolds when the three storylines intersect.” —Constance Squires, Edmond, Oklahoma.

This book was reviewed in the September 2014 issue of World Literature Today. Read the full review by visiting their website: