Tag: The Book Of Tbilisi

BOOK REVIEW: Quartier Perdu by Sean O’Brien

Comma Press has done it again. I recently reviewed The Book of Tbilisi, a collection of short tales detailing the history of the Georgian capital. Quartier Perdu and Other Stories is, you guessed it, another gripping collection of short stories. This time, all the stories are written by a single author. Sean O’Brien does it

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BOOK REVIEW: The Book of Tbilisi Edited by Becca Parkinson & Gvantsa Jobava

We read to experience lives entirely different from our own. If you’ve ever been curious about what it would be like to have grown up and lived in Georgia, this is the book for you. The Book of Tbilisi is an anthology of ten short stories by various authors. Each details the experience of living

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