Richard Powers’ “Bewilderment” is a Wonderment

In terms of its storytelling, there is nothing bewildering about Richard Powers’ new novel, Bewilderment. He’s in tip-top form, and the story is a masterpiece of human compassion, poignance and social concerns. Beyond that, this short (just 278pp) novel presents in a rare, nontraditional style which Abigail Beckel and Kathleen Rooney, editors at Rose Metal […]