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    what a talented writer!

    This is not my usual type of book, and is the first of Junot Diaz's that I've read, but I have to say, I was really hooked from the beginning. Such talented writing. The characters are so unique and interesting and well developed; the language and dialogue so skilfully written, pulling you into the heart of the characters. I really enjoyed it. It seemed like poetry, at times, the sounds of the words almost musical. A unique read!
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    I'm just trying to rate books for better recommendations. I don't have time to write a real review! Kobo needs to function more like Netflix!!!
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    A great collection of short stories

    Stories that tell tales of love, infidelity, illness, relationships, heartbreak, loss.....I don't mean to sound biased because I love Junot and Yunior, Junot's Oscar Wao's protagonist, and his writing kills, and the way he realistically portrays Dominican heritage, and the language skills. I'll just leave you with my favorite quote " “The truth is there ain’t no relationship in the world that doesn’t hit turbulence.”
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    This is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz

    Junot Diaz is a fantastic writer! This is a must read! If you liked Drown and Oscar Wao, then you will love this book! On the top ten of 2012.
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    Good read, confused?

    I enjoyed this book much like I enjoyed his last book. He develops wonderful and toxic characters. At times I was a little confused who the story was about but overall a great read!
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