What the Shadow Told Me: A Novel

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Eastern Washington University Press, 2005 - Fiction - 300 pages
3 Reviews
What happens when America's greatest author dies before delivering the long-awaited sequel to the greatest novel of the 20th century? His young editor is left racing to find the missing manuscript before a rogue's gallery of opportunists can exploit it for their own devious purposes. That's the premise of Kurtis Davidson's hilarious new novel, What the Shadow Told Me. This engaging look into the world of publishing and literature is intriguingly suspenseful, outrageously humorous, and universally accessible.

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User Review  - Alto2 - Goodreads

Intelligent, inane, immensely creative and with Borgesian twists. Who could ask for more? Read full review

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User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

I read it too long ago to give a detailed review - but I remember being highly entertained, laughing quite a lot and really enjoying the characters. Read full review

Contents

Years
1
Soup
17
Babies
33
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

KURTIS DAVIDSON is the pen name of Kurt Jose Ayau and David Rachels. They have collaborated on stories, essays, screenplays, and a catalog of 1001 opening sentences for stories and novels as yet unwritten. Ayau and Rachels teach at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.

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