Cristina Henríquez

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Riverhead continues sweep of best books of ‘09 lists

Riverhead has made an appearance on many of the Best Books of 2009 lists, from The New York Times to The New Yorker, and the accolades keep rolling in. The Cleveland Plain Dealer picked The Book of Night Women as one of the 20 Best Books of 2009. Largehearted Boy named Cristina Henríquez’s The World in Half a Favorite Novel of 2009. Salon picked Sarah Waters’ The Little Stranger. Love and Obstacles was chosed by the Kansas City Star. The Boston Globe selected Walter Mosley’s The Long Fall. The Christian Science Monitor picked Barbara Bradley Hagerty's Fingerprints of God and David Owen's Green Metropolis. Alan Beattie's False Economy is an 800 CEO Read Best Business Book of 2009.Plus, the San Francisco Chronicle names Bernardine Evaristo’s Blonde Roots and Aleksandar Hemon’s Love and Obstacles as two of the Best Books of 2009.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Chicago Sun-Times on Cristina Henríquez’s The World in Half

“Unexpected…Beautiful…This is a book whose ending is not tied up in a neat bow…but there is a slow, simmering hope that rounds out Miraflores' world. And leaves you thinking about your own.” More...

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Cristina Henríquez in the New Yorker

The New Yorker asks Christina Henríquez, author of The World in Half, how she got her start in writing and she tells them it was because of a boy. Read more here.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Dallas Morning News on Cristina Henríquez’s debut novel The World in Half

“As the story blossoms, Henriquez reveals complex characters and themes that probe deeply into the fiber of human relationships and where we belong…” More...

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