Category Archives: Wiley Cash

2013: The Favourites

I like to look back on the year’s reading and highlight the books I loved for one reason or another. I’ve given up restricting myself to a number and won’t presume to say they’re “the best” but they have great … Continue reading

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Review: A LAND MORE KIND THAN HOME by Wiley Cash

I first came upon American author Wiley Cash’s début novel A LAND MORE KIND THAN HOME being discussed as something a little bit special in audio book circles. Given that the plain old print version of the book won the … Continue reading

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