Literary Arts

Review: Groundskeeping by Lee Cole

It’s a bit of a gamble for a novelist to announce his primary theme in the first paragraph of a book. Does it give away too much, too soon? Does it make a sort of promise to the reader that it must keep by the end? The writer needs a certain confidence, even a measure of chutzpah, to attempt such a thing, and considerable skill...
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