Friday, November 17, 2006

star-tribune

From the Minneapolis Star-Tribune:
The minute I finished Joe Miller's "Cross-X," I held the book out in front of me -- amazed, rapturous and hopeful... There are plenty of great books that argue how to fix problems. But there are very few, like "Cross-X," in which the author, with a front-row seat, finds he can't help but roll up his sleeves and jump in. It's an incredibly powerful, daringly hopeful book.

1 comment:

EJM said...

this reviewer got it