Tag: book review
Here is the link to a review of SOME RISE BY SIN that will appear in the print editions of the New York Time Book Review on Sunday, June 25 and is now available online: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/19/books/review/some-rise-by-sin-philip-caputo.htmlh If the reviews from the Seattle Times, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Kirkus, Library Journal, Booklist, etc. gave the novel an […]
An excellent review of SOME RISE BYM SIN appeared in this weekend editions of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/books/2017/06/18/Some-Rise-By-Sin-A-priest-s-struggle-with-a-Mexican-drug-gang-Philip-Caputo/stories/201706180027
Here is a link to a review of SOME RISE BY SIN that appears in the official magazine of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA): https://vvabooks.wordpress.com/
SOME RISE BY SIN REVIEWED IN SEATTLE TIMES http://www.seattletimes.com/entertainment/books/philip-caputos-latest-heads-deeper-into-mexico-drug-wars/
SOME RISE BY SIN gets a plug at the 1:43 minute mark. http://www.newschannel5.com/talk-of-the-town/bookman-bookwomans-favorite-new-best-sellers.
A mighty narrative in a brutal land of old gods and new devils where darkness pierces the heart in an unholy war for souls. Beyond the realities of vicious narco-hombres, crooked good guys, innocents torn asunder and acts of selfless grace, Caputo reaches for a high moral compass not seen since Graham Greene’s magnificent Mexico […]
This article, giving a summary of Some Rise By Sin and some background about the novel’s genesis, appeared today, April 18. http://moresbypress.com
A fine pre-publication review of the new novel, SOME RISE BY SIN, in the most recent issue of Publishers Weekly: Expanding on several of the themes of his 2009 novel Crossers, Caputo’s latest is a thought-provoking story of unthinkable brutality. Former art history professor Timothy Riordan is the Catholic pastor of San Patricio, a remote village in […]
Full text of Library Journal pre-pub review: Library Journal 2 1 17
SOME RISE BY SIN is the latest novel from Philip Caputo, set in the drug cartel world of a small Mexican village. Coming May 2017.