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    I Feel Good.

    I don't read very often. It's something I love to do but never have the funds or attention span to pick up a book and stick with it. Normally a book takes me at least two weeks to finish, no matter how long it is or isn't. I got The Kitchens of the Great Midwest exactly three days ago on a whim, something I never do because money isn't free and I spending money to try new things. I could go on about the complexity and beauty of this book, about how original it is (and god is it original) and how I couldn't sit it down; but I'm not going to. I finished this book feeling good, and wanting to buy more books, try more things. I think that says enough.
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    Deliciously Heartbreaking

    Very original story that traces a trajectory through kitchens and restaurants of the Midwest over a few generations of love and abandonment and food and wine and more love. At the final dinner, I did wish I had a chart of the characters because I had lost track of some of the “family tree”.

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