New York Times Review of Radiance by Louis B. Jones

Praise for Louis B. Jones’ latest novel RADIANCE in the New York Times:

“Jones manages to draw bold discussions of Big Questions — life, death, time, space and what the universe is made of — from seemingly superficial events.”

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Here’s some more recent praise:

This from Creosote Journal: “Radiance shines like its name, richly rewarding, lambent, charitable. I look forward to hearing more, much more, from Louis B. Jones.”

This from The Rumpus: “Radiance shines brightly aside Jones’ other novels, all New York Times Notable books. The only shame is that Radiance, clocking in at just over 200 pages, doesn’t shine long enough. An observation I think Mark Perdue would agree with.”

So, what are you waiting for? Grab this short, brilliant novel for a perfect summer read.