Naples Daily News: 20 fiction and nonfiction titles to curl up with this fall
Date: Sep 15 2015
THE STORY OF THE LOST CHILD, by Elena Ferrante. If you’re not already on the Ferrante bandwagon, stop reading this and go seek out her three previous Neapolitan novels, chronicling the complicated friendship between two women who grew up together in a poor, violent neighborhood of 1950s Naples. Now you’re ready to binge-read your way through to this final volume. Adding to the mystique is the fact that “Elena Ferrante” is a pseudonym, and no one — not even her translator, Ann Goldstein — knows who she really is.