Quicksand Through The Hourglass
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📒Quicksand Through The Hourglass ✍ Dave Morice
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📒Quicksand ✍ Steve Toltz
✏Quicksand Book Summary : This fearlessly funny, outrageously inventive dark comedy about two lifelong friends is “a delightful literary novel…extraordinarily imaginative” (Psychology Today) from Man Booker Prize finalist Steve Toltz—for fans of Dave Eggers, Martin Amis, and David Foster Wallace. Liam is a struggling writer and a failing cop. Aldo, his best friend and muse, is a haplessly criminal entrepreneur with an uncanny knack for disaster. As Aldo’s luck worsens, Liam is inspired to base his next book on his best friend’s exponential misfortunes and hopeless quest to win back his one great love: his ex-wife, Stella. What begins as an attempt to make sense of Aldo’s mishaps spirals into a profound story of faith and friendship. “Steve Toltz channels a poet’s delight in crafting the perfect phrase on every highly quotable page” (Publishers Weekly). With the same originality, brilliance, and buoyancy that catapulted his first novel, A Fraction of the Whole, onto prize lists around the world, Toltz has created a rousing, hysterically funny but unapologetically dark satire about love, faith, friendship, and the artist’s obligation to his muse. Quicksand is a subversive portrait of twenty-first-century society in all its hypocrisy and absurdity that “confounds and astonishes in equal measure, often on the same page…A tour de force” (Australian Book Review).
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📒The Medallion Of Mose Hum ✍ Peter Reda
✏The Medallion of Mose Hum Book Summary : In the lush and bountiful valley of Evergreen, the kingdom blossomed as beautiful and peaceful as ever. Until one day the evil Vorvain destroyed the royal family in his quest for absolute power. The beloved King Tyfear was still alive, but his Queen Roselyn was imprisoned and their firstborn was sent to die. Tyfear had no choice but to sell his soul to the devil, becoming a powerful wizard to avenge his family. After Tyfear kills Vorvain and his knights, the devil has other plans to ruin what God intended for this peaceful kingdom. In the exciting new fantasy adventure The Medallion of Mose Hum, it is up to Mose Hum and the men of Hum to use a medallion of glory to catapult the devil back to hell. Will their valiant fight make it possible to recondition the Earth to an everlasting wonderful world? About the Author: Peter Reda grew up in Toronto and now lives near Los Angeles. A long-distance truck driver, he says, Driving the freeways and different kinds of roads such as farm areas and wilderness, I was inspired by the rivers, creeks and forest ambiance that created a perfect setting to get this book started.It took me about five years to compile such a wonderful story that involves how people believe in the power of God. Publisher's website: http: //SBPRA.com/PeterRed
📒Ecstatic Occasions Expedient Forms ✍ David Lehman
✏Ecstatic occasions expedient forms Book Summary : An unexpectedly entertaining collection of writing by poets discussing the creative inspiration and artistic form of their work.
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📒Small Press Record Of Books In Print ✍ Len Fulton
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✏Library Journal Book Summary : Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
📒Louise Bourgeois ✍ Jerry Gorovoy
✏Louise Bourgeois Book Summary : This book is a comprehensive overview of the artist's work, and also a detailed biography. Known for her sculptural interpretations and amorphous depictions of the body, Bourgeois has been a groundbreaking artist for almost sixty years. This book charts the artist's career with diligence; and is an essential document on one of the handful of truly important post-war innovators.