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Stories hilarious and haunting, characters reckless and wary, wise and wanting - Love Doesn’t Work works absolutely. These stories have a futuristic feel to them - almost a literary science fiction reminiscent of Ray Bradbury. Readers will enjoy their way through Henning Koch's ideas as expressed by his characters.

Enduring her jet-set life in Sardinia, a woman has learnt t
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Paperback, 200 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Dzanc Books (first published 2010)
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Marcus Speh
Mar 21, 2013 Marcus Speh rated it it was amazing
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There are story tellers and then there are story tellers. And if you're like me then you'll find it harder and harder every time you go to a book store to sift through all the junk (more and more seems to be written and published and so it's not revolutionary to say that there's more and more junk in the book shops) and find the ONE book that you might like to have next to your bed perhaps or on your favorite little reading table across from the soft leather chair. The chair that smells like you ...more
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A recklessly uninteresting writer, this short storyist lacks equal parts deft hand and driving sledge hammer. Talented writers are to be expounded on, not here, not to chore onto the next page, this book is bereft of intellectual and cultural value.

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Henning Koch has done a great deal of traveling in his life, no longer has a strong idea of where he's from, and hardly even believes in passports.
Apart from years spent chasing elusive goals mainly to do with writing and learning, he's lived in London, Barcelona, and Sardinia. In 2009 he moved to Berlin, where the birth of his son introduced him to a new kind of domesticity. Henning also has an
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