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This provocative and informative book sheds light on the complexities of competition, inspiration, and daring ambition.
In his ambitious, funny, and provocative debut novel Hicks probes Nordic folktales, the history of political unrest in the second half of the 20th century, and the impacts of social media and video games on the psyches (and empathy) of modern Americans.
Hill has the knack for writing characters readers feel like we’ve known our entire lives, and his dialog is funny, wise, and alive.
This is a novel about race, but it is also a novel about another hot-button topic.
When Nadia Turner finds herself in a particular type of trouble her senior year of high school, she must make a decision which will ripple throughout her adult life.
These premises plus a handful of rednecks and a few effete Californians provide the ingredients for a spicy read indeed. But Detective Hank Palace is determined to find the truth – as society crumbles around him.