Struggling with the sudden, nagging notion that his mother once assassinated a prominent neo-Nazi leader, Bena performance artist, about to turn 40doesn’t know where to turn. His parents are both dead and his brother, having previously been institutionalized, is a lousy source of information. In a non-chronological montage of memories, this inventive tale blends suburban realism with out-of-body surrealism as Ben travels back and forth through life events, attempting to put the pieces of the puzzle together.
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Ross's slight first novel is composed of brief, somber, funny tales, and begins in Ontario with the narrator's memory of his mother avenging the gas chamber deaths of her Polish relatives by shooting a prominent neo-Nazi in the head.Feb 14 2011 | Read Full Review of Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew: A N...