Unspeakable Things

Starving Review: Unspeakable Things by Kathleen Spivack


Unspeakable Things by Kathleen Spivack (Amazon, Goodreads)

There is a temptation from the menu entry of Unspeakable Things to want to put it into certain categories, certain specific cuisines.  A homefront war novel, perhaps?  A coming-of-age historical novel?  A Holocaust-themed book?  What will this meal actually turn out to be when it gets to the table?  Better yet, will it be any good?

Before we dig to the bottom of the dish, let’s recite the Starving Review motto:

  1. I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre
  2. I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible