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"Moving against the current, Amanda Michalopoulou calls her new book a collection of short stories, though its thirteen texts read as a unified whole. After we've finished I'd Like, we realize that we have to read it again from the beginning, to reevaluate the information we've been given. And therein lies the appeal and innovation of this work." -- Elizabeth Kotzia
"Michalopoulou's artless, lively style endows her narratives with sweetness, vivacity and sensitivity, softening their sharp edges. Of course, beneath the narrator's stubbornly cheerful tone we can discern a constant but muffled lament for a childhood now lost. . . . In this latest book, Michalopoulou treats her thematic obsession--the issue of writing itself--with greater daring and ingenuity than ever before." -- Lina Panteleon
"An innovative collection of short stories that overturns expectations and surprises the reader, full of sarcasm, humor, and anguish, with a sob that escapes at the end--after all, that's what life is like."--"Ethnos"