Review: <i>The Worst Thing I’ve Done</i> by Ursula Hegi

Today, in January Magazine’s fiction section, contributing editor Cherie Thiessen reviews The Worst Thing I’ve Done by Ursula Hegi. Says Thiessen:

If The Worst Thing I’ve Done was strictly about an engrossing plot, it would be enough. But it’s far, far more than that. This, after all, is Hegi, who was 18 when she emigrated from Germany and who has endeared herself to readers and critics alike with novels like Stones from the River and Floating In My Mother’s Palm, books that explore her conflict over her cultural identity and simmering sense of inherited guilt.

The full review is here.

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