Thomas Burke, long rave review, LITERARY REVIEW

Praise for Earthquake I.D. from Thomas Burke, in THE LITERARY REVIEW (50/3, Spring 2007):

"an exploration of contrasts: opulence and destitution; the loved, the loving, and the dissatisfied; intractable guilt, piety and sin; characters' faith in progress while deeply cemented in reality; all interspersed between studies of our varied, yet universal human contradictions. Earthquake I.D. is what results when the sheltered and complacent are confronted with real urgency of situation."

"There's nothing tired about Domini's well-orchestrated narrative… the complex development of Barbara's character, the slow reveal of family/company secrets, and concern for the Lulucita children make for justly engaging storylines. And while Earthquake I.D. isn't necessarily a novel about place… one of the book's finest attributes is the Naples landscape: southern Italy as described by John Domini…. It's a pleasure to visit these elegant representations of the visual and tactile."

"Earthquake I.D. is a dramatic narrative of cosmopolitan ideas & social commentary as it should be… a very well told story."

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