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John Darnielle Quietly Releases the Wolves, withWolf in White Van

But at that moment all I could see was the wolf in the white van, so alive, so strong. Hidden from view, unnoticed, concealed. And I thought, maybe he’s real, this wolf, and he’s really out there in a white van somewhere, riding around.

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New From Marilynne Robinson, On "The Wildness of Things"

Lila by Marilynne Robinson
Reviewed by Katie Presley

Marilynne Robinson is one of the most careful writers working today, in the purest sense of the word: there is more care put into every syllable of a Marilynne Robinson novel than in many shelves put together. 361 more words

Book review: From Norvelt to Nowhere

Gantos, Jack. From Norvelt to Nowhere. Farrar, 2013. $16.99. 278p. 978-0-374-37994-0. Ages 12+: Those who loved Jack’s zany adventures in Dead End in Norvelt will dive into the 12-year-old’s experiences as he goes with the arthritic journalist Miss Volker to protect the elderly woman on her search for the man she thinks murdered the women in their small town. 93 more words

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'Bought Journalism': German bestseller reveals CIA pay Western media for spin & bias

Both David Farrar and Cameron Slater have very good connections with the Likud party from Crazy Bibi and the MSM is almost all owned by just one corporation here in NZ.

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