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Unless you want to spend a sleepless night, don't read any of these 4 books. They just kept me up two nights running, I was so enthralled.
05/07/2012
This should have been classified among short stories. Nevertheless, they were all well written and most of them very poignant.
04/14/2012
You'd have to be a real geek to like or even understand this novel.
02/29/2012
An OK book. The only really well-drawn character is the boy Billy. And it is much, much too "preachy"...
02/28/2012
I would have really liked this book except for the stupid gold robbery in the middle. It would have been so much better if the author had stuck to more realistic situations.
02/24/2012
A delightful piece of fluff. If you are planning on a road trip, use Molly as your guide!!
02/21/2012
I thought this book was great, loved the characters (they seemed to be real people, not cardboard). The story line also felt real. Some of the incidents, such as the plant's closing, are already happening. A must read in this election year (2012).
02/11/2012
A delightfuk story. The relationship between Jane and Michael reminds me at times of the one between Jo ans Mr. Baejr (Little Women).
01/27/2012
Frank Scozzari - Writing with Infectious Energy, Humor, Angst, and Sensitivity
FEATURED AUTHOR - Five-time Pushcart Prize nominee Frank Scozzari resides in Nipomo, a small town on the California central coast. His award-winning short stories have appeared in more than one-hundred literary magazines, including The Kenyon Review, Tampa Review, Eleven Eleven (Cal Arts), Pacific Review, Reed Magazine, Minetta Review (NYU), The Nassau Review, War Literature, and the Arts (U.S. Air Force Academy), The Berkeley Fiction Review, Ellipsis Magazine, South Dakota Review, Roanoke Review, Hawai'i… Read more