Publishers Weekly has posted a review of the second novel by noted mage and renowned graphic-novel author and Alan Moore. Jerusalem is 1280 pages long achieving nothing less than introducing an entire cosmology in the course of the narrative.
The review begins:
“In this staggeringly imaginative second novel, Moore (Watchmen) bundles all his ruminations about space, time, life, and death into an immense interconnected narrative that spans all human existence within the streets of his native Northampton, U.K. Reading this sprawling collection of words and ideas isn’t an activity; it’s an experience.”
Read the entire review here: