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“Powerful. . . . A tale that is as forceful as it is affecting, as fierce as it is resonant.― —Michiko

Kakutani, The New York Times“A tragicomic jazz opera played out in four parts. . . . Morrison makes art

from the cadences of human heartbreak.― —The Atlantic“Beautiful. . . . God Save the Child is

superb, its story gliding along the tracks of Morrisonâ€s utterly assured prose.― —USA Today

“Unflinching, gorgeously written.― —San Francisco Chronicle“Magnificent. . . . Morrison remains

an incredibly powerful writer who commands attention no matter the story she is telling.― —The Guardian

(London) “Sly, savage, honest, and elegant. . . . Once again, Morrison thrillingly brings the storytelling

moxie and mojo that make her, arguably, our greatest living novelist.― —Elle “Exquisite. . . . Morrison

has a Shakespearean sense of tragedy, and that gift imbues God Help the Child.― —Newsday “The

Nobel Prize winner continues to create beauty from the anger and defining wounds of her characters. . . .

Bears a lifetimeâ€s worth of anger and sorrow, distilled to their essences and fiercely hung onto, tooth and

claw.― —The Christian Science Monitor “Glorious and incendiary.― —The Philadelphia Inquirer

“There is a new urgency to Morrisonâ€s work, a desire to tell the story itself, without embellishment or

ornamentation. . . . Morrison [is] the undisputed interpreter of the American black experience.― —The

Boston Globe “Morrison gives us an unflinching look at the wounds that adults can inflict on children

with life-altering consequences. . . . Few authors can deliver exquisitely written prose as Morrison.―

—Essence.com “Haunting. . . . Moving. . . . Fearless. . . . God Help the Child yet again proves that Toni

Morrison is an icon.― —Bustle “Both timely and timeless. . . . A pleasure. . . . As she shows with such

brevity and eloquence in God Help the Child, having and healing donâ€t necessarily happen at the same

time.― —The Seattle Times “A book to be read twice at a minimum—the first time for the story, and

the second time to savor the language, the gems of phrasing and the uncomfortable revelations about the

human capacity both to love and destroy.― —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Breathtaking prose. . . . A new

Morrison book is always cause for celebration.― —The Dallas Morning News “We have stepped into,

once again, another of Morrisonâ€s fertile landscapes. . . . It is a blessing that she still speaks with such

salvific force and poetic grace.― —The Plain Dealer “Heartbreaking. . . . [Morrison] continues to

dazzle. . . . Morrison—like Bride—is still reinventing herself as a writer. And just getting better.― —St.

Louis Post-Dispatch Read more Toni Morrison is the author of eleven novels, from The Bluest EyeÂ

(1970) to God Help the Child (2015). She received the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Pulitzer

Prize, and in 1993 she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. She died in 2019. Read more See all

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