Quick Book Review: “Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist” by Sunil Yapa

A novel about a huge anti-globalization protest on the streets of Seattle that turns unexpectedly violent.  I think it was written with millennials in mind, as it brings to mind the Occupy Wall Street protests from a few years ago.  There are complicated relationships amongst some of the police officers, and between the chief of police and the protesters (one of the protesters being the chief’s estranged son), but the book never becomes all that gripping.  In fact, it just gets more tedious as it goes along.  Oh well, they can’t all be great.

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