|Saturday, 27 April 2013 00:00|
Gerald Duff Reviews Dave Madden's London Bridge in Plague and Fire in the Kenyon Review Online
Gerald Duff's review of Dave Madden's London Bridge in Plague and Fire appears in the Spring 2013 edition of the Kenyon Review Online (KROnline). Duff writes "David Madden's thirteenth book of fiction is a daringly imagined mythology of London Bridge—its conception by Peter de Colechurch, its construction, its meaning in history, both metaphorical and literal, and its core relevance to Great Britain and its empire." Duff further states that "Madden's mastery of dialogue and his ability to create ongoing narrative suspense are manifestly evident in London Bridge in Plague and Fire."
To read the entire review online, click here.