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Review: Nothing by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

April 4, 2014 | Susie | 7 Comments

Book: Nothing by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon Rating: 3.5/5 rich kids turned hobo Recommended if you like: the movies Trainspotting, American Beauty, and Mean Girls; angsty books; fire imagery (and you haven’t had your fill of it in the past couple of years); unreliable main characters First line: “Freak.” Published: November […]

Review: Crapalachia by Scott McClanahan

May 19, 2013 | Susie | 12 Comments

Book: Crapalachia Author: Scott McClanahan Published: March 2013 by Two Dollar Radio First Lines: “There were 13 of them. The children had names that ended in Y sounds.” Rating: 4.25/5 calls to 911 to get the ambulance to take you to the store to buy 7-Up for your son Two […]

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You Should Read This: How To Get Into the Twin Palms by Karolina Waclawiak

September 6, 2012 | Susie | 10 Comments

Book: How To Get Into the Twin Palms Author: Karolina Waclawiak Published: August 14, 2012 by Two Dollar Radio First Lines: “It was a strange choice to decide to pass as a Russian. But it was a question of proximity and level of allure.” Amy’s […]

Review: Radio Iris by Anne-Marie Kinney

April 6, 2012 | Susie | 6 Comments

Book: Radio Iris (Powell’s) (Publisher) Author: Anne-Marie Kinney Published: Available May 2012 from Two Dollar Radio; 208 pages First Lines: “Iris feels goosebumps rising on her arms, but hesitates to touch the thermostat. Her synthetic leather pumps are filling with sweat, creating an embarrassing squeak […]

The Booksluts Discuss: The Drummer by Anthony Neil Smith

March 8, 2012 | Susie | 1 Comment

Book: The Drummer Author: Anthony Neil Smith Published: September 15, 2006 by Two Dollar Radio; 228 pages Date Read: February 2012 First Lines: “The bleached-blond fancy boy stood in the doorway of this small bar at the edge of the French Quarter hoping to be […]

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