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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...

Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “Transcendent Kingdom” by Yaa Gyasi

Yaa Gyasi’s debut novel, Homegoing, was a hard-hitting study of four generations of African women descending from a slave ship. It moved...

Laguna Beach Live! Introduces Inspiring Musical Talent to Budding Musicians

Laguna Live! announces a new partnership with the Susi Q Senior Center to present classical music in a new and entertaining way.

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog:  “Fresh Water for Flowers” by Valerie Perrin | Translation by Hildegarde Serle

How wonderful to discover a new voice—not new in Europe, but to us. Valerie Perrin is a French screenwriter and photographer, also an...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog | “Here We Are: My Friendship with Philip Roth” by Benjamin Taylor

When it comes to the writer Philip Roth, there are two camps: those who dismiss him as a sex-obsessed east coast Jewish highbrow, and those...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “Death in Her Hands” by Otessa Moshfegh

Otessa Moshfegh writes mostly about seemingly ordinary people trapped in bizarre circumstances. ...

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Randy Kraft’s OC Book Blog: “Unfinished Business” by Vivian Gornick

In Vivian Gornick's memoir, "Unfinished Business," a master reader-writer in late life revisits influential literature.

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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...

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