Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures (review: dnf)

I love the cover of Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures: Stories. That’s what made me pick it up, and that’s what I’ll remember best about this book. As for the contents, I pushed beyond the first couple of awkward and disappointing pages, enjoyed myself off and on past the half-way point, and then just didn’t want to read it anymore. The stories were kind of interesting, the writing wasn’t.

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