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3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Praise for Berlin:

"Mirolla . . . is a teller of tales that only the tautest of prose could relate with cohesion and beauty. This book will thrill the mind."—CrimeSpree

"Intriguing, passionate, sad, hilarious. Mirolla is a master storyteller."—Toronto Sun

"Mirolla's book excels."—Rain Taxi

Mussolini clones that won't stay dead. The power to re-create others—forever. Memory and
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Paperback, 280 pages
Published November 16th 2010 by Leapfrog Press (first published November 1st 2010)
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Lori
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Read 4/18/11 - 4/26/11
4.5 Stars - Highly Recommended
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Leapfrog Press continues to bring it! They are very quickly rising to the top of my indie/small press list of favorites, and it's all based on the consistent, quality literature they have been releasing.

When they created this mission statement - "... to search out, publish, and aggressively market books that tell a strong story. What we promise is writing that expands our webs of connection with other humans and the natural
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Mel
This was a difficult book to read. Not because it wasn't well written, or intriguing but because it was so violent. It was a real brain twister to follow the story, the vengeance/revenge of one man against another ad nauseam.

I kept with it, expecting a pay off in the end. At that point I was disappointed. This intense dramatic story had a crap ending. That's all I
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R
I usually enjoy these "ship in a bottle" type of storylines, but this one was just OK. Hull Zero Three was a better one from recent years. Good writer though. Definitely reaches for, and partially obtains, a more literary feel to his writing than most genre writers. Joyce came to mind - high praise indeed.

The arithmetic mean of my Goodreads reviews to date is 3.02.
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Michael Mirolla is a Montreal-Toronto corridor novelist, short story writer, poet and playwright. Publications include two novelsthe recently-released Berlin and The Boarderand two short story collectionsThe Formal Logic of Emotion and Hothouse Loves & Other Tales. A collection of poems, Light And Time, was just recently published. His short story, The Sand Flea, won first prize in the Arkansa ...more
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