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As mentioned earlier, lots of word run-ons without correct spaces - but you get used to it quickly. A wonderful look at undergraduate life at Princeton before frat boy eliteism became toxic. Also a telescopic view of Amories growth from rotten spoiled priveledge into a semblance of self suffficiency. You unexpectedly and repeated get doses of poetry, which is surprisingly good.
06/04/2014
Mara Gan - When Duty and Prophecy get in the Way of Everything
FEATURED AUTHOR - A Pacific Northwesterner by birth and disposition, Mara has lived in Washington DC, Oregon, Japan, and most recently the beautiful Pacific Grove, California, before returning to her roots in Seattle. By day she teaches history to unsuspecting teenagers, and by night she writes books and travels to far-flung places. She loves to be with animals, read, play sports, and drink more London Fogs than is likely good for her. As our Author of the Day, she tells us about her book, Joined. Please give… Read more