David Abrams Reviews Saguaro

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As part of his Front Porch Book series at The Quivering Pen, author David Abrams recently reviewed Carson Mell’s Saguaro:

Knowing a good thing when they read it, the smart folks at Electric Literature snatched up Saguaro and released Mell’s weird, short novel as an ebook earlier this month…I grabbed a copy of the novel, downloaded it, and started reading. It took me .001 of a second to get sucked into that numbing vortex we call A Good Read. Judge for yourself.

Get your copy of Saguaro, the second novel from Electric Literature, for just $7.99

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