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Peter Dabbene, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Loss of Innocence

by Peter Dabbene

Anna’s intimate poetry collection "The Loss of Innocence" is full of personal turmoil, reflection, and salvation. The semi-anonymity of the book’s authorship is critical to understanding its blunt and honest poems. They express... Read More

Book Review

The Escapist

by Peter Dabbene

"The Escapist" is a stunning novel about a damaged man. In David Puretz’s unforgettable novel "The Escapist", a troubled young man is haunted by childhood trauma. Twenty-one-year-old Billy can’t keep a job or a girlfriend. He’s... Read More

Book Review

Disfigured

by Peter Dabbene

"Disfigured" is a fascinating exploration of how disabilities are treated within fairy tales and of how those treatments help to shape social attitudes and perceptions. Part literary examination, part cultural critique, and part memoir,... Read More

Book Review

Orphan Age

by Peter Dabbene

"Orphan Age" takes place twenty years after all of the adults in the world suddenly and mysteriously fell dead. Now, the surviving generation has inherited a society that’s struggling to keep the spark of liberty alive in the face of... Read More

Book Review

Sea of Stars

by Peter Dabbene

The tender tale of a father looking for his lost son is cast across an imaginative cosmic canvas in Sea of Stars Volume 1. Without anyone to watch his young son Kadyn, recently widowed space trucker Gil is forced to bring his boy on a... Read More

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