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Then begins a third-person narrative describing the adventures of one Peter Force, who arrived in New York City, circa 1901, to make his way in the world, only to fall in love with Cheri-Anne Toledo, a fallen princess from the kingdom of Ohio.Jan 10 2010 | Read Full Review of The Kingdom of Ohio
The city is a terrifying wonder: "It is the biggest Italian city in the world, the biggest Jewish city in the world, the biggest Polish city ...Jan 02 2010 | Read Full Review of The Kingdom of Ohio
The Kingdom of Ohio is an odd book, part historical novel, part romance, part fantasy, part pseudo-scholarly work.Apr 21 2011 | Read Full Review of The Kingdom of Ohio
I read it eagerly, did so quickly, and do recommend it as a reputable first novel sporting some handsome prose — with the proviso that the grandness of its themes aren’t quite matched by execution or content.Feb 18 2010 | Read Full Review of The Kingdom of Ohio
Could it be that she is telling the truth and that she has stumbled onto the most dangerous secret imaginable: the key to traveling through time?
Set against the mazelike streets of New York at the dawn of the mechanical age, Peter and Cheri-Anne find themselves wrestling with the nature ...
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