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George Saunders writes with warmth, humor, compassion and the abandon of a guy streaking naked across the stage at the Oscars. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jane Young
First blush with the Tenth of December, I didn’t get it. You’re dropped right into some difficult, disturbing material in various stories. They move fast, omitting crucial details. Read morePublished 4 days ago by staypuftman
Really imaginative and an easy, great read. The world created here is distrurbing and gives the reader lots to think about.Published 4 days ago by Lara J. Dicus
I couldn't finish any of the short stories, they were all too disjointed and unsettling. I read to relax and enjoy, this book provided neither although, being an English major in... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Victoria L.
If you read books for wonderful word concoctions, linguistic gymnastics, and an almost painful sharpness of ear, you’re likely to find satisfaction in the latest collection of... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Robert Knox
This collection is enthralling, disturbing (in a good way) and, as far as I know, highly original. Quite brilliant!Published 10 days ago by Mr. Gr Dare
It was difficult to follow story lines. The class conflicts got old quickly. Did not like the style of writing.Published 17 days ago by Candace J. Williams