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A Brief History of Howard by Robert M. Levin
"A great read!" - Bill D., Atlanta
"Intense!" - Bryna M., Los Angeles
"Unlike any other book I've ever read. Very enjoyable." - Howard C., Atlanta
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Amy Levin Quartet - What I Did Over My Summer Vacation
Listen to a clip of her rendition of Charlie Parker's "Confirmation."
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5-Part Interview with Robert M. Levin
What is this book about?
What makes this book different?
How much of it is real?
Where does it fit in the canon of American Jewish Literature?
There's a new revolution in science.
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"Amy's talent sparkles! I'm thrilled to be a part of spreading the word about
Lew Prince, Vintage Vinyl, St. Louis:
"This is absolutely f****** amazing!"
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“A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOWARD presents an opportunity to discover a classic: gifted writing, intellectual stimulation, and just enough 'Hollywood' suspense to prevent you from guessing what happens next. Pay attention; you can’t imagine where you’re going to end up on this journey!”
Jennifer Elin Cole, Cookie Bear Press
“A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOWARD is brilliant, astonishing, soulful—it reads like a jazz improvisation would play: surprising, moving, virtuosic and ultimately satisfying.
“It's the classic story of the grand fight between good and evil, with a solution provided by Stephen Hawking via Fritjof Capra and Isaac Singer. (Now, how is that for a hybrid?)
“It is an astonishing work of innovative fiction.”
Deborah Schneider, Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents, NYC
"Whether you see it 'your way' or the author's, A BRIEF HISTORY OF HOWARD is more than an entertaining, thought-provoking, and engrossing tale (much more...as a sequel is underway). Levin truly captures the 'Spirit of St. Louis' in place and time. As I was carried along by the story, reading ceased and listening took over, leaving me with the impression I had just participated in a very satisfying conversation."
Vikary E. Fins, Ph.D. English Literature, Educator