Phillip Lewis’s debut novel, THE BARROWFIELDS is out today from Hogarth. It’s been receiving some great early reviews:
“Charming, absorbing, and assured. . . . Lewis evokes his settings beautifully, and his prose is bracingly erudite. This debut has the ability to fully immerse its readers.” —Publishers Weekly
“The Barrowfields is a stunning debut novel rich in character and place, steeped in literature and music, and fraught with family drama. . . . With clear echoes of Poe and Wolfe, The Barrowfields also gives a nod to Richard Russo by reflecting an appreciation for the eccentricities of regional characters.” —Shelf Awareness
“Rich and complex. . . . Lewis is a master of creating a sense of place.” —Kirkus Reviews
Check out the excerpt at LitHub here.