Womb: a novel in utero is being published in March
2017, but the buzz has already begun. On more than one occasion, I’ve been at
local literary events and overheard others talking about it. And the novel has
been mentioned on several occasions in association with reviews of Ian McEwan’s Nutshell.
There’s even already been a review of Womb along with two other
novels in utero.
And now, the blurbs are starting to emerge. Here’s one from
author Charles Rammelkamp. Charles is the author of such works as American Zeitgeist and Mixed Signals, although there are no mixed signals in
his thoughts on Womb.
“Eric D. Goodman's absorbing new novel, Womb, is
about a high-risk pregnancy—in more ways than one—told from the fetus's point
of view. The narrator is full of wisdom and goodwill, which we understand to be
our birthright, but it's his father, Jack, whose character and courage burst
from the pages like … well, like an infant from the womb. Eric D. Goodman is a
-- Charles Rammelkamp,
author of Mata Hari: Eye of the Day and American
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