FEAST DAYS received a great review, online now, in the forthcoming Sunday issue of the New York Times Book Review.
From Andrew Ervin's review:
"The novel of the ugly American living abroad has bloomed into a genre all its own, one I happen to devour with relish. Among my favorites are Charles Portis's Gringos, Ben Lerner's Leaving the Atocha Station, and Nell Zink's The Wallcreeper. Ian MacKenzie's second novel arrives as a worthy addition to that list. . . . Expatriate novels often reveal far more about their characters' homelands than they do about their presumably exotic destinations. FEAST DAYS does likewise."
You can read the entire review here.