Books by Rob Levandoski

FRESH EGGS by Rob Levandoski
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2002

"Part freak show, part corporate satire, part the successful study of a family in crisis—from a distinctive literary voice deserving to be more widely known."
The perils of factory egg-farming are on gothic display in Levandoski's third (after Serendipity Green, 2000) as an Ohio man goes to transgressive lengths to save his fourth-generation family farm. Read full book review >
SERENDIPITY GREEN by Rob Levandoski
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2000

"A funny, if formulaic, send-up of heartland hypocrisy slowly ripens into a more interesting but less coherent observation of America's failure to slow down and smell the roses, whatever color they may be."
A hideous home-brewed housepaint has unpredictable consequences for the daft residents of a small Ohio town that's preparing for its annual tourist event, in this second midwestern gothic from Levandoski (Going to Chicago, 1997). Read full book review >