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    Beauty in the obscure

    I could not put this book down! I fell in love with the charactrs; the authors' writing style. It's real,gritty, & beautiful.
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    Icky

    Canadian...which I usually appreciate...not this time. Twins Noushka and Nicolas exist in their own bubble in Montreal. Former chilf stars and local celebrities, the novel explores family, abandonment, promiscuity, folk singers and the Quebec Referendum. Choppy. The characters are all caricatures, and not one of them likeable. Lullabies for Little Criminals was weird, this follow up is just flat.
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    The girl who was saturday night

    I loved The writing but the format was messed up on my ebook very annoying the author has an interesting sense of the absurd
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    The Girl Who Was Saturday Night

    Sad,crazy,raunchy. Thought provoking and very real. Pulp Fiction Canadian style. Loved every minute.
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    Saturday Night

    A fantastic story. Enchanting, depressing and hopeful all at the same time. I couldn't put it down.
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