In a way that may be reminiscent of the loving spirit one would bring to a Dead show, Housley treats every character as an emotional being.
The structure of the novel is a daring one. The narrative makes bold choices at the outset.
It is a great book to keep on a nightstand or in your commuter bag, used as a palate cleanser between longer reads or as a guide to discover new-to-you writers.
Imagine Mulholland Drive focused on the youth of Paris, with striking, believable dialogue and scenes and backgrounds that paint a beautiful, if perplexing, picture.
Lovepain is a short, easily digestible, novel, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t sophisticated or complex.
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TO TRACY LIKE/TO LIKE/LIKE is a peculiar and personal meditation that sets its sights on the external colossus of a patriarchy in a way that is both politically charged and fun to read
To Love a Stranger By Kris Faatz 366 Pages Blue Moon Publishers, 2017 $19.99 978-1988279190 To Love A Stranger, the debut novel by Kris Faatz, presents a story full of love, […]
This is Memorial Device By David Keenan 298 Pages London: Faber & Faber, 2017 ISBN-13: 978-0-571-34017-0 The Commitments aside, rock novels tend to avoid head-on attempts to convey the most […]
The narrative reads like a dream. An old story told by an ancestor. A rumor. Observation is at the core of it all.