Between Generations: Two Novels and a Memoir

2017-07-24T14:37:40-05:00

Cristina Henriquez’s The Book of Unknown Americans (2014) Bond Street Books - Random House, 2014 It’s risky, fragmenting narration into a large number of voices, but it’s the perfect format for a novel about the experiences of newcomers to the United States, who can have an astonishing variety

Between Generations: Two Novels and a Memoir2017-07-24T14:37:40-05:00

Read in One Sitting: Watch How We Walk

2014-07-11T16:48:33-05:00

There is no great mystery at the heart of Jennifer LoveGrove's debut novel. No simple explanation for the way its pages turn, relentlessly. Emily's story is a quiet story, the ground beneath her feet shifting subtly, though inexorably. In relaying her story to readers, Jennifer LoveGrove makes a series of

Read in One Sitting: Watch How We Walk2014-07-11T16:48:33-05:00

Grace McCleen’s The Land of Decoration (2012)

2014-03-15T19:47:37-05:00

Ten-year-old Judith isn't very concerned that Armageddon is coming. In fact, she's not sorry that soon "nothing of this old world will be left". "[I]t’s good because polar bears are starving and trees are dying and if you put a plastic bag in the earth it will never

Grace McCleen’s The Land of Decoration (2012)2014-03-15T19:47:37-05:00
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