The Death of Baseball (Paperback)
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Paperback 450 Pages / Published: 21/05/2019
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Publisher: Cloud Lodge Books
ISBN: 9781999587352
Number of pages: 450

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Raven88

“An absolute stunner...”

I first encountered the work of Orlando Ortega-Medina through his brilliant, emotionally charged and meditative short story collection Jerusalem Ablaze etched into my memory as one of the trickiest reviews I have ever... More

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“An amazing first novel”

It's a rollercoaster of a ride and I was gripped by the characters and their lives. A true page-turner!

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TripFiction

“A thought provoking and challenging book set in LOS ANGELES and ISRAEL”

The Death of Baseball is a story of two very disturbed young persons. Kimitake ‘Clyde’ Koba is the son of an American mother and a violent alcoholic Japanese father. They live in Los Angeles. Clyde is the name given... More

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