Lyn Miller-Lachmann reviews Words In the Dust

Here‘s a link to Lyn Miller-Lachmann’s review of Trent Reedy‘s wonderful new novel Words in the Dust.

Trent was a soldier in Afghanistan where he met a young girl living with a cleft palate. This story is his imagining of the realities of her life and has already gone a long way towards humanizing the Afghanistan story for many. I highly recommend it.

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2 Responses to Lyn Miller-Lachmann reviews Words In the Dust

  1. Thanks for getting the word out on my review of Words in the Dust. At this time with what’s going on in the Middle East and North Africa, the novel is especially timely.

  2. pamwatts says:

    I agree. I think it’s an incredible story and I think that Trent is an incredible writer.

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