The Madonna on the Moon

Editorial reviews

The Madonna on the Moon

It’s pretty much magnificent initially—winningly whimsical, witty and wise, such that I loved at least half of this book wholeheartedly—alas the laborious last act left me feeling disheartened rather than outsmarted.

Though the prose doesn’t set off sparks, Baeurdick finds an off-kilter way to explore a dour period in history.