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“Some scenes in this puzzle-like novel recall the wilds of Daphne du Maurier, while others sweep across a lively stage set as for Wesley Stace's Misfortune or even Erin Morgenstern's The Night Circus. It will appeal to lovers of any of these. The reason for the careful staging of each scene will become clear in the end; until then, delight in the inventive new version of tarocchi, thrill to the positively Dickensian reversals of fortune, and be prepared for an ending rich with surprises....”Nialle • The Haunted Bookshop
“It's hard to imagine what could be more lovely than this sprawling, constantly evolving, richly textured story of a place in the American Northeast, unless it's Mark Bramhall's gentle and kindly narration of the audio version, supported by an ensemble sharing the odd snippets grafted on to the greater story, in voices ranging from jolly to prim to effusive to hilariously newscaster-like. If you loved the audiobook production of Richard Powers' Overstory or of David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, you...”Nialle • The Haunted Bookshop
“Kristin Hannah’s new book is here, and I have to tell you, I think it may be her best. In The Women, Hannah tells the story of the invisible veterans of the Vietnam War - the women who served as nurses, Red Cross workers and USO entertainers. Seen through the eyes of 21 year old nurse Frankie McGrath, readers will discover how the fighting impacted everyone who was in country and what they faced when they came home.”Kathleen • A Great Good Place for Books
“North Woods is an extraordinary tale told in an extraordinary voice. The history of one home in the wilds of Massachusetts through generations of inhabitants from a Puritan couple to a modern-day professor. The story is told by the living, the dead, and even some lovelorn beetles. The cast narration (Simon Vance and Mark Bramhill are two favorites) gives perfect voice to this remarkable work. ”Claire • Honest Dog Books
“The Bullet Swallower marries the Western with magical realism in a story of good and evil that turns Western tropes on their heads with marvelous result. Told across the centuries and back and forth across the Mexico/Texas border, the tale of the Antonio Sonoro and his cursed family is in turns brutal and touching. Lee Osorio brings the grizzled bandolero Antonio to perfect life. ”Claire • Honest Dog Books
“This Eden is reimagined in the vein of dystopian fiction, with a group of naive workers forming a gardening collective kept in line by a mean-spirited tattletale and a wealth of unsettling rumors and myths - as well as by 'angels', birdlike beings who hold themselves separate and maintain a rigid hierarchy. The images emerge from the narration like bruises on fruit, dark, sweet, and finally ruinous; the gentle, parent-reading-aloud-like narration creates an additional layer of eerie tension...”Nialle • The Haunted Bookshop
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