The Blue Hour: A Life of Jean Rhys - Lilian Pizzichini An engrossing, haunting read that would have earned more stars--if it had been on the fiction shelf. While I suspect Pizzichini's assumptions and insertions are correct, I can't tolerate it when biography writers repeatedly assume the feelings, thoughts, and inner monologues of their subjects. Source it, or leave it out. If the author had written this as a novel based on the life of Jean Rhys, that would have been considerably for the better.