Reviews of Wrinkle in Time, a (1962)
Review by Mariko (2003-03-15)
A classic that 40 years later still teaches us about human nature, the goodness and badness of people; a children's book that people of every age love, because it's not just a surface story. The story is populated by characters who are sympathetic and realistic, despite being smarter in different ways from most of the people around them. Meg Murry, the viewpoint character, is easy for anyone who's ever been isolated or looked down upon to identify with.