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James Warner

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February 2011


Average rating: 3.56 · 45 ratings · 25 reviews · 1 distinct work
All Her Father's Guns

3.56 avg rating — 45 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell by Joe Loya
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The memoir of a victimized youth who goes on a crime spree, pays his debt to society, and emerges rehabilitated -- a man who understands his demons in order to tame them. Loya is very good at perceiving people's vulnerabilities, a power he formerly ...more
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The Divine Comedy of Carlo Tresca by F. Rosa
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This highly original novel is set in an afterlife where leftists can dispute eternally -- some leftists might consider this Paradise. Rosa envisages official left-wing history as a succession of iconic martyrdoms, a perspective that might provide ...more
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Conrad in Beverly Hills by Jake Fuchs
Conrad in Beverly Hills
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An extremely witty and intricately crafted novel, from an author seeped in Hollywood history. Fuchs has much to say about the anxiety of influence, the healing power of narrative, and what it takes out of us to make fictions real -- as he struggles ...more
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The Temple of Air by Patricia Ann McNair
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McNair’s interest is in the qualities we lack, the injustices we can’t get over, and the ways our pasts weigh us down. Her characters cling to their secrets, weather cruel disappointments, and fail to soar above their lives’ catastrophes. ...more
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The Liminal People by Ayize Jama-Everett
The Liminal People
by Ayize Jama-Everett (Goodreads Author)
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Cyberpunk-ish only more streetwise. The author takes the wounded healer archetype through its paces. The character of Nordeen is seriously scary -- "All the royalty of Malaysia send him birthday cards, all at different times of the year." Somehow one ...more
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“My parents are in many ways embodiments of the American Dream. They came to this country with basically nothing but the clothes on their backs, and after twenty years of hard work, sweat, and sacrifice, they were getting divorced, totally broke, and deep in therapy.”
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Iron by Zarina Zabrisky
Iron
by Zarina Zabrisky (Goodreads Author)
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The four stories in Zarina Zabrisky's Iron have the raw intelligence and energy of Irvine Welsh's early stories, transposed into the world of the ex-Soviet Union. Or, to put it another way, Zabrisky follows in the tradition of Nikolai Gogol, using ...more
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Sleepwalking in Paradise by Andrew O. Dugas
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Cynicism struggles with faith in this story of public relations versus miracles, of the scheming brain versus the urgency of experiential shamanism. The quest of Tommy Delacroix to explain a random act of faith healing takes him from the streets to ...more
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“My parents are in many ways embodiments of the American Dream. They came to this country with basically nothing but the clothes on their backs, and after twenty years of hard work, sweat, and sacrifice, they were getting divorced, totally broke, and deep in therapy.”
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