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Her mother did nothing but shake her head as he’d then barricade her inside that dark tomb for hours.
Unearthing the pioneer women of the emigrant trails .
This masterful follow-up to 2011’s Exit Through The Wound flits through San Francisco and Los Angeles in a savage satire of the ultra-rich and ultra-bored.
Teju Cole’s latest novel explores one man’s conflicted sense of home and belonging through the psychogeography of Lagos.
Three years in Fayetteville, and all that came with it.
Claire Rodwell explores the broken family unit within Wiley Cash’s This Dark Road to Mercy and the unconventional influence this has on Easter and Ruby’s perception of familial roles.