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Now Is the Hour by Tom Spanbauer
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Jul 20, 09

bookshelves: contemp-lit
Read in July, 2009

This was a hard one to plow through because the book seemed not only to be in slow motion but also redundant and repetitive. Possibly, Spanbauer succeeded on reflecting how slow and stifling life was in 60's rural Idaho. Going into the book, I thought it would shift scenes to 60's San Francisco, but the setting only made to the outskirts of small town Idaho.

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