MC Reviews: Books

What should be at the top of the stack on your nightstand? Our list of favorite reads.

By Steph Opitz

October 25, 2012 9:00 AM
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The Antagonist by Lynn Coady

Judging a book by its cover: Coady's novel investigates how stereotypes shape people's self-perceptions — an oversize, hard-hitting hockey player is bound to be a thug, right? Plot notes: After living under the radar for 20 years, Rank discovers that the one person who knows what caused him to go off the grid wrote a tell-all novel about his disappearance. E-prose: In chapters composed of e-mailed rants that set the record straight, Rank writes a dramatic and funny confessional in reverse.

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