Review: Rahul Mehta’s Quaratine1 min read
Brian Leung reviews Rahul Mehta’s debut short story collection Quaratine in AAWW
Quarantine is a book one can walk with. I have done so, literally, on the summer-steam streets of Louisville, and again in the dappled light of Bethel, Maine’s asphalt roads and gravel trails. A book that becomes a walking companion is one that isn’t in a rush because, pages in front of your face, rocks and pot holes and road kill in your pathway, you can’t be in a rush either.
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