Misha Crews

Stories from the heart. Books that feel like home.

There’s an old saying in fiction: every villain is the hero of his own story. I think Willem Dafoe summed it up perfectly when an interviewer asked him whether he preferred to play good guys or bad guys. “Don’t make no difference,” he answered. “Everybody thinks they’re righteous.” And so it seems like we can …

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By the end of the 1930s, things seem grim.  On the world scene, Nazis become the second-largest party in Germany over communists; Hitler claims he would scrap Versailles treaty if he were in charge.  A giant meteorite lands deep in the Amazon rain forest; the explosion is the equivalent of 10 Hiroshima bombs. Here in …

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