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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “The Sun Collective” by Charles Baxter

Like a spool of yarn, of many colors, The Sun Collective reveals in strands, a bit at a time, and takes the reader along, although I cannot...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “To Be a Man” by Nicole Krauss

Nicole Krauss returns to a common theme: what is at the heart of a relationship for women, and, in gazing into that psyche, she reflects as...

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “Jack” by Marilynne Robinson

Jack is best read in a quiet space. Slowly. Pensively. Because it is a quiet novel, told almost in a whisper. An interior narrative by one...

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “A Burning” by Megha Mujumdar

This is one of the most hard to put down novels I’ve read, and that’s saying something, considering all the good fiction that’s been...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “The Sun Collective” by Charles Baxter

Like a spool of yarn, of many colors, The Sun Collective reveals in strands, a bit at a time, and takes the reader along, although I cannot...

Book Cover To Be A Man

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “To Be a Man” by Nicole Krauss

Nicole Krauss returns to a common theme: what is at the heart of a relationship for women, and, in gazing into that psyche, she reflects as...

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “Jack” by Marilynne Robinson

Jack is best read in a quiet space. Slowly. Pensively. Because it is a quiet novel, told almost in a whisper. An interior narrative by one...

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “A Burning” by Megha Mujumdar

This is one of the most hard to put down novels I’ve read, and that’s saying something, considering all the good fiction that’s been...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “The Sun Collective” by Charles Baxter

Like a spool of yarn, of many colors, The Sun Collective reveals in strands, a bit at a time, and takes the reader along, although I cannot...

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