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Jason VanHorn

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Dr. Jason VanHorn is a professor of geography and the author of numerous articles and map applications. Fascinated by the interwoven fabric of people and places around the world, he loves to think about geographical interactions. Interested in security, secret intelligence, and spies, he loves to write both fiction and non-fiction.

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Jason VanHorn I typically take a break and find some creative outlets that stir my imagination. Books on my TBR pile, operas & symphony, movies & shows, and spendin…moreI typically take a break and find some creative outlets that stir my imagination. Books on my TBR pile, operas & symphony, movies & shows, and spending time wood-working feed my creative soul. (less)
Jason VanHorn Telling a story. It's easy to write, but it's hard to tell a good story. If you can tell a good one, it is deeply satisfying. …moreTelling a story. It's easy to write, but it's hard to tell a good story. If you can tell a good one, it is deeply satisfying. (less)
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The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen
"Unlike any other novel I've read. This is a philosophical thriller. It's deep, rich, and superbly written. It's spellbinding. It's also informative and educational about the end of the Vietnam Era, and the arrival of South Vietnamese to the United St" Read more of this review »
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
"There's a lot to enjoy when you sprinkle a little madness and a child's sense of logic to a dreamworld. Alice in Wonderland is a whimsical, quirky, odd, and occasionally very dark story that's entranced generations of lovers of fantasy and fiction. I" Read more of this review »
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The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
"Deep and honest. Though published in 1963 amid the Civil Rights Movement Baldwin's thoughts are just as relevant today as they were then. This is a book to be ingested as each phrase is weighty and poignant. This is a coldly sober warning to white Am" Read more of this review »
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