Death’s Last Run

Death’s Last Run is a mystery novel by Robin Spano, gifted to me by a Scrabble player. For an independently-produced work (ECW Press) this novel looked

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Junky

Junky is a novel yet also serves as an autobiographical account of William S. Burroughs and his addiction to morphine. First published as Junkie under the pen name

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Im(mortal) has been edited again

My original review of Im(mortal) was posted on 13 September 2016. Fareh Iqbal produced her first semi-edited edition on 25 September of that year–a mere twelve days later. The following is

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Seven Brothers

Seven Brothers by Aleksis Kivi is a classic of Finnish literature. It was first published in 1870 and has the reputation for being the first Finnish

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Jere tahtoo koiran

Jere tahtoo koiran by Arvi Arjatsalo is the first Finnish book I ever got. I cannot remember though where I acquired it. It was either from

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My Cat Yugoslavia

My Cat Yugoslavia by Pajtim Statovci was recommended by Mark. He read it and lent me his copy. His last recommendation was The Last Resort: A Memoir

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New Finnish Grammar

I found New Finnish Grammar in a second-hand bookstore in Helsinki in 2017. I thought it was about a supposed Finnish language reform that I had

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Take to the Sky

Take to the Sky by Karen E. Black is the final novel in the Devereux Cousins trilogy. We follow D’Arcy “Dace” Devereux and his wife Liza

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