Kate Christensen is famous for her wickedly drawn characters, but this time her setting, Brooklyn, almost steals the show.
According to The New York Times, Berendt's "writing is elegant and wickedly funny, and his eye for telling details is superb."
In the end, Lebowitz's performance—and it is a performance—is a wickedly enjoyable torrent of great lines.
This is a wickedly clever kung-fu move for the new Obama-ready marketplace: Monroe becomes Thoreau.
The Informationby Martin Amis As wickedly funny a satire of the writer's life as anything I've ever encountered.
I looked into his wickedly handsome face, and smiled coldly.
De Guiche is not wickedly disposed, Madame; so do not be afraid, he will not bite you.
How wickedly he looked at you when Maurice pictured how dear you were to him!
White Fang was in a rage, wickedly making his attack on the most vulnerable spot.
Boldly the thief demanded audience of the King, and produced the token so wickedly come by.