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Aimee Liu’s GLORIOUS BOY Review on La Croix!

Date: September 8, 2021

Translated from French: The desperate quest of a Western couple to find their 4-year-old son, who disappeared in 1942 in the heart of the Indian archipelago of Andaman.

JANE OF BATTERY PARK Reviewed by Third Coast Review

Date: September 8, 2021

Everything about Jane of Battery Park is unexpected, precarious, paranoid, and quirky. Viner’s dialogue is at once banal, punchy, and self-aware, with as many laugh-out-loud moments as kick-in-the-gut ones.

GLORIOUS BOY by Aimee Liu reviewed by La viduité

Date: September 7, 2021

Decode the savagery of silence, the language of separation and guilt, also deceive that of the enemy. A rather classic novel in its form, in its informed reconstruction of a little-known […]

THE PLAYWRIGHT’S HOUSE reviewed by On The Seawall!

Date: August 24, 2021

This July, Cuba erupted into its widest protests in a generation. News reports credit food and medicine shortages and summer power outages as the catalysts for the demonstrations which have […]

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