Review: Shotgun Gravy

Shotgun Gravy by Chuck Wendig My rating: 4 of 5 stars I’m going to open by telling you what “Shotgun Gravy” isn’t. It isn’t subtle. The prose isn’t often lyrical or poetic. It isn’t high-minded literature in that stuffy, academic sense of the word. (Though I think its theme of common-sense tolerance is perhaps the highest virtue to which we can aspire.) It...

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Review: Little Boy Lost

Little Boy Lost by T. M. Wright My rating: 3 of 5 stars Reading the description for this book, I was enticed. Reading the reviews, I was reassured. There were many, many 5-star reviews. Reading the book wasn’t quite the experience I was hoping it would be, however. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Oftentimes, we readers bring too many expectations to...

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