The Plain Janes review in The Washington Post

About three months late, Suzanne D’Amato reviews The Plain Janes for Washington Post’s Book World section. She doesn’t have the best things to say about it, although I understand her complaints (I do think she doesn’t quite understand the target audience for this book, though).

The Washington Post, fortunately, has Michael Dirda, a great lover of comic books and science fiction, who as recently as Aug. 8, was recommending The Sandman (question from “Friendship Hieghts, Washington, DC”) as what to read of Neil Gaiman’s books. I am grateful the Post has him.)

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