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Nick Arvin

Nick Arvin

Nick Arvin’s first novel, Articles of War (Arrow, 2006), was named one of the best books of the year by Esquire, The Independent, and several US publications. It won the Rosenthal Foundation Award, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Boyd Award. His second novel, The Reconstructionist (Windmill Books, 2012), was described as “thrilling and soulful” by David Wroblewski and was selected by Amazon as a Best Book of the Month. Arvin’s fiction has appeared in The New Yorker and numerous other periodicals. He is a graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop.

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  • This is a mad-cap novel that comes like a breathe of fresh air to the sticky summer heat. Bold and inventive, Mad Boy is packed with action, adventure, drama and genuine belly laughs. It’s the story of Henry Phipps, a ten-year-old boy from Maryland, for whom troubles abound...
    — Nudge Book, Jul 22 2018
  • The author leaves you gasping for breath at the excitement taking place within a beautifully understanding of a chaotic, mostly forgotten war.
    — Yorkshire Gazette, Jul 16 2018

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