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The Entire Predicament
Publishers Weekly reviews
"A wide range of bizarre disquisitions and turns of events marks Corin's debut collection. The narrator of 'Wizened' declares that she 'became crotchety' at age 24...
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The Entire Predicament
Rain Taxi reviews
"The Entire Predicament is fiercely strange and written with keen control. You don't read these stories: you undergo them. They are an event that is lived, not an...
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The Entire Predicament
E!Online reviews
Lucy Corin's The Entire Predicament. These stories take about 10 seconds each to get their hooks in you for life. Do those hooks hurt? Of course they do, in all...
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The Entire Predicament
the Portland Mercury reviews
"If prudence allowed, I would populate this review with nothing but passages from Lucy Corin's mesmerizing collection of stories, The Entire Predicament. My notes...
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The Entire Predicament
EnfuseMagazine.com reviews
"Corin’s prose is playful but sharp; she invites readers to get comfortable, then yanks the rug up from under us....Collectively, these narrators’ musings on the...
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Salvation
January Magazine reviews
"This is 21st century fiction, perfectly rendered. Sometimes, it's so beautiful, it breaks your heart."
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Salvation
Elle reviews
"Crane is also, by way of Nevai’s humor and preternatural stylistic gifts, the kind of self-effacing, wickedly wise, subtly superior organic genius that we all...
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Salvation
NewPages.com reviews
"From laugh-out-loud hilarious to searingly poignant, Nevai crafts a powerful story about family, growing up, loss and redemption. Crane never loses sight of her...
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Girls in Peril
Publishers Weekly reviews
Set during the 1970s in a neighborhood of eastern Europeans near the shores of Lake Michigan, this crisp, self-assured tale of five girls, ranging in age from 11...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
This sensitive, cleverly constructed novel of small-town life and big-league dreams follows a cast of five in the hours leading up to a Thursday night dart contest...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Booklist reviews
Kim opens a window into a vanished world in this sensitively rendered homage to her mother's life. As Najin comes of age in early-twentieth century Korea, her...
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The Possibility of Everything
USA Today reviews
The Possibility of Everything By Hope Edelman; Ballantine, $25, Sept. 15. The author of the 1994 sensation Motherless Daughters now writes about consulting a Mayan...
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http://llbookreview.com/2011/10/review-240-zaftan-entrepreneurs-by-hank-quense/ reviews
  The LL Book Review site has posted a review on my novel.  In part it reads: Hank has managed to combine elements of politics and humor to...
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amazon.com reviews
This is an engrossing story about one young boy's journey, being smuggled by his Dad from England to Nigeria with his little sister without his Mom's knowledge....
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Edited for Death
Midwest Book Review reviews
Edited for DeathMichele DrierMainly Murder PressA journalist searches for the truth, and that job sometimes leaks into a very similar profession. "Edited for Death...
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Talking Heads Fear of Music (33 1/3)
The Guardian reviews
"At the peak, in 1980 or 1981, my identification was so complete that I might have wished to wear the album Fear of Music in place of my head so as to be more...
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Waking Lazarus
Publisher's Weekly reviews
Hines handles the numerous flashbacks and switches in point of view well, and has a deft touch in knowing just how much information to give and how much to...
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ALAN Online reviews
"Ms. King has the reader hooked from the beginning and continues to pull one in as each chapter reveals more information about Emer’s life before and after she...
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Jewish News reviews
"Gloria Feldt has a story to tell. Married at 15, she was a mother three times over by the time she was 20. A college student for the next 12 years, she struggled...
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Style Weekly, Richmond, Va. reviews
Eliezer Sobel and his wife, Shari, live in an unassuming neighborhood in the Fan. Their lawn is well-groomed, the paint isn’t peeling and you can’t smell the...
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