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Fish bone

Well, after an absence that was longer than I wished, I’m writing this post with a fish bone stuck partway down my throat (I’m no longer trusting the ocean perch from Costco.) NOT comfortable. Which reminds me of the narrator … Continue reading

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Oddball narrators

One of these novels is narrated by a¬†woman in a coma; the other, an unborn baby, child of warring parents. Meet “romance” and “anti-romance”. “Nutshell” is McEwan’s 16th book and “Je Suis La” is Avit’s first book, so it’s unsurprising … Continue reading

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