In the June 22 NYT, Michiko Kakutani calls  "Mr. Peanut" by Adams Ross, "a dark, dazzling and deeply flawed novel that announces the debut of an enormously talented writer." A major flaw:"..."the novel’s wildly ambitious, Nabokovian architecture — and its author’s heavy use of theme and variation — feels self-conscious and contrived."
Robert H. Boyle
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