The Cleveland Plain Dealer posted a lovely review of Paradise Lust this morning. My favorite part, they use one of my favorite quotes in the book:
The best parts of “Paradise Lust,” however, follow the more outlandish theories on the garden’s location. Quite often, people discover it nestled conveniently in their backyard.
In a 1901 issue of the Elyria Reporter, the author finds a gem: it “certainly cannot be maintained by any good American that there are insurmountable reasons why the Garden of Eden should have been located in some Turkish province rather than in the grand old state of Ohio.”