A Perfect Pledge
Author: Rabindranath Maharaj
About A Perfect Pledge: Four decades in the lives of a family from Trinidad.
Reviews of A Perfect Pledge
- Donna Bailey Nurse, Globe and Mail, 13 August 2005
- "In the end, we can't remember the precise moment we stopped rolling our eyes and began wiping them."
- Nicholas Dinka, Quill & Quire, September 2005
- "A Perfect Pledge isn't a bad book, but it demands a lot of patience from a reader."
- Marjorie Kehe, The Christian Science Monitor, 11 October 2005
- "There is humor and there is writerly skill aplenty but in the end it is not enough."
- Ron Charles, The Washington Post, 6 November 2005
- "Imagine Don Quixote staying home in Trinidad, and you've got something like the wandering, witty, ultimately devastating story that Rabindranath Maharaj tells in A Perfect Pledge."
- Deborah Adams, Curled Up With A Good Book, 2007
- "Wildly entertaining, sweetly poignant and deftly structured"
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Added 02 October 2011.
Updated 05 September 2013.