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No one knows what is made at the factory. No one knows where it begins or ends. Three workers don't know why they proofread texts, shred documents, or study moss at the factory. Odd black birds live near a river on factory property. It's very hard to keep track of time at the factory. It's even harder to remember who you are. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
Lady MacBeth is blazingly reimagined as a savage 16-year old SoCal girl. The St. Andrew's prep school boys messed with her, not knowing she'd return, regally, with nails like razors, blood on her lips, cruelty in her heart, and her coven always in the wings. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
An eerie tale of a physically and emotionally isolated couple, their off-kilter visitor, and a troubling proposition. The couple's relationship starts to fray, doubt and mistrust seep in, and the visitor becomes increasingly familiar and sinister. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
The American Revolution was merely a warmup for 19th Century radicals desiring free love, open marriages, full gender and racial equality, shared property, universal passivism, and unfettered thought. While the hurly-burly of life painfully extinguished much of the radical flame, some embers smoldered then, and sparks still ignite today. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
The parks where our national pastime is played are gloriously revealed in these insightfully written and beautifully illustrated pages. Ballparks, for over a century, have reflected and defined urban America by their sometimes tasteful and sometimes brutal architecture, by their relationship with surrounding buildings, streets, and highways, by their idiosyncrasies, and, at their heart, by furnishing a timeless green oasis. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare