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    Shotgun Lovesongs – Nikolas Butler (Review)

    ‘Here, I can hear things, the world throbs differently, silence thrums like a chord strummed eons ago, music in the aspen trees and in the firs and the burr oaks and even in the fields of drying corn.’ I picked up Shotgun Lovesongs because of the cover and bought it because the blurb intrigued me. Four childhood friends – Henry (Hank), Ronnie, Lee, and Kit – from Little Wing, Wisconsin are now in their early thirties and a lot of life has happened since their unfettered, simple days hanging out on a grain silo and watching sunsets and sunrises. A…

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