Suddenly A Knock On the Door by Etgar Keret
Had to brush up on the Keret oeuvre. I didn't remember reading "Kneller's Happy Campers."
Homesick by Eshkol Nevo
|Aww! Eshkol Nevo looks just like his granddad.|
Her Body Knows by David Grossman
I think the degree to which I wanted to stop reading "Frenzy," the first novella, at several points was directly inverse to my desire to finish reading the second "Her Body Knows." Frustrating the issue of what's-really-going-on is also central. (And, dispiritingly, that's probably the entire point of the work.)
Despite realizing Bodies, bodies--this work is about bodies, I was almost taken aback by how kaleidoscopic "Her Body Knows" actually is. The descriptions of bodily states--the central character is a yoga instructor--is almost psychedelic, Which is awesome. But also nerve-wracking for would-be writers of fiction.