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As It Is On Earth by Peter M. Wheelwright

Synopsis: A lost professor muses on the mess he’s made of his life and his inability to shake himself free from the burdens of family, tradition, and history. Review: As It Is On Earth is a stunningly well-written novel. Comparisons to Walker Percy are more than apt, they’re jump-with-joy appropriate. Who writes like this? I’m just not used to seeing this level of thoughtfulness, depth, poetry, and philosophy in books anymore. Plus it’s weird and funny and bawdy and depressing and bizarre and twisted. It…

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