Have you wondered what it's like to engage in a slugfest without so much as lifting a finger? You may also be curious to know how phone charging and app updates contribute to the drainage of reason and emotion, or why blogging of the carpet-bombing kind is a convenient form of therapy. This collection of ten short stories takes funny jabs at the flaws we are eager to hide, but end up flaunting. "Lane's debut blew my socks off and I'm still looking for the other half. ... Whether they go about with a sledgehammer to keep up appearances, give a toast in their lonely hearts club, redact a memoir with the zeal of a North Korean censor, or give a dubious account of people's involvement in a crime, the characters in Ten Cents a Dime come to life as we would expect them in fiction that strives to be more than a two-dimensional portrayal of life behind a shop window. Buy the book. You won't be shortchanged."-The Bookish Herald
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|Size: ||130 KB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781312643314 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|