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Michele Zackheim's Reviews

Reviews of Michele’s Work

Last Train to Paris
Feb.09.2014
Published by The New York Times Sunday Book Section
  YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS  Last Train to Paris by Michele Zackheim Michele Zackheim’s books, like treasure hunts, send their narrators scuttling after hidden gems. In “...
Broken Colors
Feb.05.2008
Published by Midwest Book Review
FIVE STARS Broken ColorsMichele ZackheimEuropa Editions116 East 16th Street, 12th floor, New York, NY 100039781933372372, $14.95 www.europaeditions.com 1-800-283-3572 Broken...
Broken Colors
Nov.27.2007
Published by MostlyFiction.com
Einstein's Daughter: The Search for Lieserl
Oct.04.1999
Published by Time Magazine
The result is a colorful glimpse of rural Serbian culture, with its patrimonial society, strong family loyalties, female subservience, slow, leisurely discourse. Zackheim does...
Jul.23.2007
Published by Publishers Weekly
Over the 200-plus pages of Sophie’s next 55 years, Zackheim introduces the novel’s major theme of art as a series of interments and disinterments, new ground being broken as old...
Broken Colors
Oct.01.2007
Published by Booklist
With soaring lyricism, Zackheim limns an exquisitely haunting portrait of an indelibly scarred, yet deeply passionate woman.
Broken Colors
Oct.02.2007
Published by Internet
Library Journal calls Broken Colors "comic and wise," and Booklist says it's absolutely haunting. Vanessa Redgrave (!!!!) loved it. I say it's a strong, mesmerizing...
Broken Colors
Sep.01.2007
Published by Library Journal
This is a beautiful novel, sometimes comic and always wise.  Visual artist Zackheim imbues the novel with her deep knowledge of the art world.
Oct.01.2007
Published by Private
““I loved Broken Colors . . . it went into my heart and stayed there.” —Vanessa Redgrave
Dec.19.2008
Published by BookSense.com
The December 2007 Book Sense Notables In a climate that is so keen on funny personal memoirs and short stories, it’s pretty ballsy to write an honest-to-goodness novel set in...