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Years later Jonathan questioned, why did she die in such an awful way? What if he visited her in the past to find out?

What if he were the cause of her demise? From those questions and more this novel emerged. Onboard the Marauder is the second installment in the James Sutherland Chronicles. Jonathan knew at the end of Book One he would have to answer for James' whereabouts, so he stuck James in a time "loop hole," forcing him to join a pirate crew, Onboard the Marauder. Eat My Shorts: a tasty collection of short and flash science fiction is Jonathan's first collection.

Whether you're rocketing through space to distant planets, defending yourself against zombies, or romping through time to Ancient Rome, Eat My Shorts is the perfect companion to satify any science fiction fan's appetite. For more information, please visit the official web site of Jonathan Westbrook, www. Are you an author?

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If I were a review assigner, I'd definitely try to get either one of them to review Clock Dance. I'm sure that they would both produce fascinating essays.

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The photograph, taken from behind, was of a young woman whose hair was held up by an ornate clip. Five months later, she began the series that became A Modern Hair Study. After photographing these young women, I can imagine these struggles are timeless. Her work is in the J. Summer, , NYC, a brand new century full of glossy optimism.

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On the Upper East Side, though, one woman wants nothing to do with it. Beautiful, blonde, educated, and rich with inheritance money, she's loathe to go outside and wants only to watch her Whoopie Goldberg tapes, self-medicate, and sleep. It's a book about detachment, alienation, grief, anger, heritage, and surviving by any means what should be a life of privilege and means.

Oh, yeah, and it's amazing. Moshfegh's writing feels, to me, maybe a little reminiscent of the cool, detached ache of early Bret Easton Ellis, but that's just a touchstone - her voice is all her own, raw, flip, tender, cruel, and just barely a little, tiny bit hopeful all at once. What does a middle-class democracy look like when it comes apart?

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With his sharp eye for detail, Frank takes us on a wide-ranging tour through America, showing us a society in the late stages of disintegration and describing the worlds of both the winners and the losers, sprawling mansion districts juxtaposed against fast-food lives. He writes regularly for The Guardian. When my brother and I fought in the car, my dad would slam on the brakes and bring the car very quickly to a full stop no matter what kind of road we were on often it was Route 66; since we never were rear-ended, I assume he checked the rear-view mirror first.

If you traveled in cars for days, even weeks at a time with your family when you were young, this book is bound to bring back fond, funny, frustrating, and maybe even fearful-in-hindsight memories - it certainly did for me. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in journalism and has worked as an award-winning advertising copywriter for twenty-five years.

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