Sadie Hoagland’s STRANGE CHILDREN reviewed in the Harvard Review Online!

In Sadie Hoagland’s debut novel, Strange Children, eight young narrators struggle to navigate two very different worlds. Some are exiled to the lurid, modern American city, with its microwave dinners, senseless violence, and reflexive consumption. Some are confined to the small desert town of Redfield, with its desolate beauty, penny cakes, and simple God-fearing people (that most readers will recognize as polygamist Mormons).