The Littlest Hitlerby Ryan Boudinot
Welcome to the world of Ryan Boudinot-where angry yuppies, state-sponsored patricide, bee-keeping femme fatales, and murderous salesman are the norm. Beginning with the title story "The Littlest Hitler," in which nine-year-old Davy devises-with the help of his father-a Halloween costume that will make him the scariest kid in the fourth grade, and deftly cruising through a dozen more stories that reveal the everyday outrage and surreal banalities of American life, Boudinot displays a stunning new literary voice that speaks to a generation that can't help wishing for a better world.
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Meet the Author
Ryan Boudinot received an M.F.A. from Bennington College, where he studied with Rick Moody and Amy Hempel. He is a former Yaddo resident, and his work has been featured in The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2003 and 2005, Nerve, McSweeney's, and Black Book. He lives in Seattle, where he works at Amazon.com as an editor on the Media team.
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Quite the interesting book with lots of unexpected parts to it.