1. Susanna Moore’s latest novel, The Life of Objects, is a slim World War II saga that reads like a cautionary fairy tale: It’s packed with descriptions of ornate furniture and paintings, lavish banquets, demons and diamonds. At the center of the story is a young girl bewitched by her own desire to live a larger life, a wish that’s granted with grim exactitude. Clearly, The Life of Objects is not your father’s standard-issue World War II novel…
- Maureen Corrigan review,  'The Life Of Objects' Tells A Cautionary WWII Fairy Tale

    Susanna Moore’s latest novel, The Life of Objects, is a slim World War II saga that reads like a cautionary fairy tale: It’s packed with descriptions of ornate furniture and paintings, lavish banquets, demons and diamonds. At the center of the story is a young girl bewitched by her own desire to live a larger life, a wish that’s granted with grim exactitude. Clearly, The Life of Objects is not your father’s standard-issue World War II novel…

    - Maureen Corrigan review,  'The Life Of Objects' Tells A Cautionary WWII Fairy Tale

  2. Maureen Corrigan

    Fresh Air

    The Life of Objects