In a confirmation that art does indeed reflect life, the literary world roared into action in 2004 with as much ferocity as the economic recovery.
Literature from some of the world's finest authors fell under the critics' gaze in 2003, but this year the critics turned a benevolent eye on mainstream products and mavericks alike.
Louis de Bernie© res' Birds Without Wings was highly anticipated, but its moving humanism was marred for some by bloated writing.
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