Four for a Quarter: Fictions
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Review: Four for a Quarter: FictionsUser Review - Eric Susak - Goodreads
This was a difficult book to rate because its parts are disjointed. The sections are related to each other only by the number 4, yet this structure is contrived in some sections. It is undeniable that ... Read full review
Review: Four for a Quarter: FictionsUser Review - Perry Glasser - Goodreads
Clever and funny. Folks looking for short reads will love it. Read full review