Reviews : Fiction

'The Gustav Sonata' by Rose Tremain

The Gustav Sonata focuses on the post-World War II life of shy Swiss hotelier Gustav Perle and his unspoken love for the German Jewish piano prodigy Anton Zweibel… read more

'Country' by Jeff Mann

Brice Brown, country music star & protagonist of Jeff Mann’s Country, has little to be thankful for. After battling self-pity, self-loathing, religious bigotry, and just general small-town small-mindedness, Brice finally ascends from the downward spiral when a fan visits him on New Year’s Day. … read more

'Eros and Dust' by Trebor Healey

All in all, Eros and Dust is rather ambitious. The stories are constructed of thick, revealing narratives that offer a great deal of insight about the heroes and hapless within its pages… read more

‘Feder: A Scenario’ by Nathanaël

Decidedly cerebral, Feder doesn’t just involve the mind, it takes place there; the associative, disembodied voice of a narrator is quite nearly pure intellect… read more



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