It had to be 12, so you know this was a very good year. And I regret not including Etgar Keret's book. Montana, 1948 by Larry Watson. The author makes the time and place come alive with a magical intensity. The narrator, now in his 50s, tells the story of events which occurred when he was 12 involving anguishing decisions his father made that were heroic. His father was a...
December 18, 2012
10 Favorite Books for 2012, but if you count them, you’ll see 12