“With this three-dimensional portrait of his headstrong heroine, whose hard-gloss shell conceals a hard-fought vulnerability, Quinn achieves a distinct and unusual creation: a leading lady who is likable because of her unlikability. He knows that such a woman won’t be to everyone’s taste, but refuses to defend or excuse her. Take her as she is, he tacitly implores. Let Freya be Freya; and may that please those eyes that it can.”
Read the full review in The New York Times.