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Friday Friyay: 'The Overstory' by Richard Powers

 We finally had rain! I could have cried when I woke up this morning and there was cool air and the smell of rain coming in through the window. It's been absolutely suffocating here in the Netherlands the past few days, which is a major impediment towards any work for me. I can't focus when I'm hot. So hopefully I can make today and the weekend productive for when the heat comes back! I only reviewed one book this week, The Essex Serpent  by Sarah Perry , but I have some really nice books lined up for review on their upcoming publication days! For today, I'm sharing excerpts from a book I need to get back into. I absolutely loved it when I first began reading it but somehow I, of course, got distracted. So now I'm back at it: The Overstory  by Richard Powers. The Overstory  unfolds in concentric rings of interlocking fables that range from antebellum New York to the late twentieth-century Timber Wars of the Pacific Northwest and beyond: An Air Force loadmaster in th

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