Doyle, Brian

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PREMIUM

One Long River of Song: Notes on Wonder

Doyle imparts a sense of breathless curiosity and joy in this blend of spirituality and philosophy; probing readers will find surprises and solace..
PREMIUM

The Mighty Currawongs & Other Stories

Solid and enjoyable reading for those who want well-crafted stories about everyday life.
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Martin Marten

Highly recommended; even city slickers can love. [See Prepub Alert, 10/13/14.]
PREMIUM

The Plover

Doyle (editor, Portland Magazine) has written a novel in the adventurous style of Jack London and Robert Louis Stevenson but with a gentle mocking of their valorization of the individual as absolute. Readers will enjoy this bracing and euphoric ode to the vastness of the ocean and the unexpectedness of life. [See Prepub Alert, 10/14/13.]
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Mink River

Award-winning essayist Doyle writes with an inventive and seductive style that echoes that of ancient storytellers. This lyrical mix of natural history, poetry, and Salish and Celtic lore offers crime, heartaches, celebrations, healing, and death. Readers who appreciate modern classics like Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio or William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying will find much to savor here. Enthusiastically recommended.

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