(Hot Stuff) I Don’t Know I Said by Matthew Savoca

I wrote a review of Matthew Savoca’s latest, “I Don’t Know I Said” over at The Coffin Factory:





A sample from the review:


“At its core, Savoca’s novel is a roadmap of scenarios shared and survived. It’s one of the few books out there that you can flip open to any page when times feel bleak and, in only a few lines, feel better because Savoca’s sentences, his situations, the stories contained within his novel, are meant to remind us that we are not alone in this. We’re all bombarded by the same momentum. I Don’t Know I Said is here to remind us that the momentum isn’t mandatory.”


Check out the full review here or you could go ahead and just buy the book.

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