My Life, by Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle. In a daring literary experiment, the distinguished poet and novelist brings us the first non-searing autobiography of modern times.
“A meticulous portrait from which the reader emerges, remarkably, not seared at all.”
“‘Searing’ is certainly not the word for Mr. Vanderblock-Wheedle’s production. The word that most often came to mind was ‘mediocre.'”
—New York Book of Reviews.
“Of the 385 biographies and autobiographies we have reviewed in the past five years, this is the only one we have not described as ‘searing.’ That, if nothing else, renders My Life a literary landmark.”