In the story of a mass shooting, ‘Bloomland’ reveals the bloody tapestry of a beleaguered nation
It’s September. School has begun. Entire kindergarten classes are practicing how to duck and cover. Soon, your sons will learn the quickest way to hide beneath a desk. You raise kids in America because you were born here, and you learned to love this country the hard way. You remember to lock doors. In the presumed safety of your home, you read “Bloomland,” a debut novel by John Englehardt, whose narrator speaks to you directly about what matters today.
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