I’ve read a lot of time travel novels and short stories in my time. I’ve even watched plenty of time travel movies and TV shows. I’m sure you have as well–this subject has been fertile ground for creative types going back to H.G. 797 more words
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A potent mash-up of contemporary history, Greek mythology, Caribbean Santería, and queer eroticism-Review by Lambda Literary
Alan Lessik’s The Troubleseeker is an audacious debut novel. No less a figure than Caesar Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus Buccellanus Augustus (better known to us as the Roman Emperor Hadrian) narrates this tale. 549 more words
If George Saunders is a word, I am a letter. Here, he waxes enthused about Lincoln in the Bardo, his new and first novel.
“This stunningly creative novel, The Troubleseeker…with its accessible writing, a compelling central character, and a fascinating blend of languages and cultures, …is a powerful first novel.” 646 more words