Bono says that he was never very good at transitions. He did a pretty good job at this one, with a few minor bumps. Transition (now in paperback with a new epilogue) is filled with angst, anger, sadness, and pain, topped off with wonderment and joy. It’s also repetitious, contains a few indelicately squirmy moments, and its occasional bogginess is a challenge for wandering minds. Still, contentment and awe shine forth at the end of this book, and readers will breathe a sigh of relief for it. Plume (us.penquingroup.com). —Review: Terri Schlichenmeyer
Terry Schlichenmeyer is a regular contributor to OutSmart Magazine.
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