Herman Melville, Volume I

Herman Melville, Volume I Victor Lodato
  • Title: Herman Melville, Volume I
  • Author: Victor Lodato
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 148
  • Format: ebook
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    About Victor Lodato


    1. Victor Lodato is a playwright and novelist His book, Mathilda Savitch, was hailed by The New York Times as a Salingeresque wonder of a first novel and was deemed a Best Book of the Year by The Christian Science Monitor, Booklist, and The Globe and Mail The novel won the PEN USA Award for Fiction and the Barnes Noble Discover Prize, and has been published in sixteen countries.Victor is a Guggenheim Fellow, as well as the recipient of fellowships from The National Endowment for the Arts, The Princess Grace Foundation, The Camargo Foundation France , and The Bogliasco Foundation Italy.His short fiction and essays have been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Granta, and Best American Short Stories His new novel, Edgar and Lucy, is forthcoming from St Martin s Press March 2017.Victor was born and raised in New Jersey, and currently dives his time between Ashland, Oregon and Tucson, Arizona.


    449 Comments


    1. Opening lines She s carrying two skateboards, two backpacks, the banjo in its scratched up case a husk of molded leather that s always looked to her like a giant key but now seems like a coffin.You can read online here.

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    2. Devastating, but ends too abruptly.

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    3. There are some great lines.

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    4. It s a 3,5 stars read for me This story is sad and scary and utterly disturbing Read it in a bus while coming back from a business trip and although I was extremely tired, I just couldn t stop reading it In the middle of the story I found myself trusting nobody and just waiting for something horrible to happen Definitely worth reading I highly recommend it and will be reading Victor Lodatos other works.

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    5. A suspenseful, likeable story, although for me the ending felt abrupt, but still it s very good.

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