Critics’ Reviews

“Marina Endicott is really funny, a sweet-natured but sharp-eyed and quick-tongued social observer in the Jane Austen-Barbara Pym-Anne Tyler tradition, who can wring love, revulsion and hilarity from readers in a single page.”
T.F. Rigelhof
“Endicott manages to create utterly realistic characters with believable dialogue and thoughts, whether adult or child. And she makes them sympathetic even when they are doing something wrong…. Like Endicott’s first book, Open Arms, and reminiscent of the work of Carol Shields, Good to a Fault is a profoundly humane novel.”
Candace Fertile
“Ingeniously plotted and brilliantly paced….Both witty and wise, light and dark,with many unexpected moments.”
Colm Toibin

Posted on November 2, 2015