About a month ago, I posted a review of The Plague by Albert Camus. It’s now been published in Bewildering Stories, along with an accompanying review by Don Webb, the website’s managing editor.
Here’s a link to the review as it appeared on the blog in May.
As I say in the review, I was excited to read The Plague and very interested in the novel after seeing an essay online. In a strange way, I felt the book offered me some comfort as we go through this pandemic.
Here’s a link to the review in Bewildering Stories. And here’s a link to the “Critic’s Corner” piece about the novel by Don Webb. Don’s short review is great, and I learned a good deal of information about Camus and the novel.
Also, if you’re a fiction writer or poet, be sure to check out and support Bewildering Stories. The web magazine is a great place to submit for beginning writers, or writers at any level, really.