A Book Review

“Feast Day of the Cannibals” by Norman Lock

Historical fiction at its best

Marie A Bailey
Jan 6 · 3 min read

“Were I to publish the story of my life, literary critics would condemn me as an untrustworthy witness to events and a most unattractive character to boot.”



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Marie A Bailey

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Lover of crafts from knitting to writing. Three cat mama. She/her. INFP. Agnostic because Nature is enough for me. I also blog at https://1writeway.com.

The Riveting Review

Constantly fascinated by the words that lie sprawled across the page, begging someone to engage, lean in, and flip to the next part of the story. Book reviews keep us abreast of the newest stories, the newest journeys, and the newest lives we could all be living.

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