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Review of ‘Weeping Underwater Looks a Lot Like Laughter’

In his debut novel, Michael J. White has crafted an affecting story of first love and first loss. It’s an observant and often lyrical tale of its protagonists’ efforts to navigate some of the early, stumbling steps on the road to adulthood.

Seventeen-year-old George Flynn has moved with his parents and older brother to Des…

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