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November 8, 2009

Ravens — by George Dawes Green

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Fourteen years after he vanished from the bestseller lists following his 1995 thriller "The Juror," Green returns with this sui generis novel.

That's a long time between books.

Most of Green's time is occupied by The Moth, a "not-for-profit storytelling organization" he founded in 1997, which is now taking off with "... a free podcast downloaded by half a million listeners each month and a stellar cast of performers, including authors (Candace Bushnell, Malcolm Gladwell, the late Frank McCourt), actors (Ethan Hawke, William Baldwin) and musicians (Suzanne Vega, Run-DMC’s Darryl “DMC” McDaniels), who tell stories on the same stage as retired pickpockets, neurosurgeons, voodoo priestesses and NYPD lieutenants."

Browse "Ravens" here.

Below, the first thee pages.




Read the first chapter here.

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Wow, I beat you to this book! I come to your blog and always find the newest and coolest things out there and today I find that I actually posted something about something first? I feel like I should win a prize! :)


Posted by: kaylen | Nov 9, 2009 3:44:57 PM

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