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    The Improbability of Love

    Engaging and diverse characters. Loved the drama of the art world.
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    Imp. Of Love

    Good story - some good characters - sometimes got hard to follow because there were so many characters - but the story was good
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    Uugh

    It's a very high handed read with few reddeming qualities. Its called satirical, but its too in your face without any charm. The characters don't inspire sympathy, and are kind of a pathetic lot.
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    Mixed feelings

    This book has a very interesting start and sophisticated writing (at least when the art talked) but only to be let down with dragging and repetitive details along the way. The characters were nicely built as the plot progressed and I had a few good laughs with it's quirky and satirical lines. In the end, I was kind of annoyed and disappointed at the cliched end -- what a shame!
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    One of the Best Debut Novels in a long While

    The book is cheeky, informative and opens the curtain to the underbelly of the art world. Interesting characters flesh out a well written tale - I can see a movie coming out of this for sure!!
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