Five Simple Machines by Todd Mcewen

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These stories manage to be unflaggingly funny, yet never wearisome: the tonal control is complete. And the deeper message is that laughter is a cure.
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In Todd McEwen's latest novel fine women are loved and lost, human error is not averted, and much is learned, of both a practical and a speculative nature.
 

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Published March 18, 2013 by CB Editions. 150 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Nicholas Lezard on Apr 02 2013

These stories manage to be unflaggingly funny, yet never wearisome: the tonal control is complete. And the deeper message is that laughter is a cure.

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