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Centuries of June by Keith Donohue

WEIRD. Centuries of June is just plain weird, but compellingly so. At times, it is laugh-out-loud funny and at others, it is simply surreal and hallucinatory. And I loved it.   The novel begins with our narrator landing on his … Continue reading

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