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Review: The Monsters of Templeton by Lauren Groff

What an utterly fantastic book. The finest novel in American Literature in a long time. The themes are very intricately interwoven. I won’t be able to review this book right away. It will take too much time, so I will … Continue reading

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Review: Delicate Edible Birds by Lauren Groff

The reviewer’s state of mind: it is a cold, windswept night, the trees are bare and spring has not yet come to the northeast. I fell a sense of saddened melancholy, almost Poe-like, wistful, yet in comfortable acceptance of my … Continue reading

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