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#FridayReads -> A Questionable Shape by Bennett Sims



A Questionable Shape by Bennett Sims from Two Dollar Radio

Enjoy this sneak peek at Bennett Sims's award-winning debut novel, A Questionable Shape!

A Questionable Shape won the Bard Fiction Prize, was a finalist for The Believer Book Award, and was one of the best books of 2013 according to Complex Magazine, Book Riot, Slate, The L Magazine, NPR's 'On Point,' and Salon.

Bennett Sims, author of A Questionable Shape, from Two Dollar Radio

Slate said the book was "Equal parts David Foster Wallace and Richard Matheson [...] A Questionable Shape is certainly the first Proustian zombie novel, but hopefully not the last horror novel of ideas."

I guarantee you've never read a zombie story like this. Our boy Bennett Sims is wicked smart.

Posted by Eliza Wood on 29 January, 2016 #FridayReads, A Questionable Shape, Bennett Sims | 0 comments
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