The IdiotBook - 2017
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I would not recommend this debut novel for everyone, but I liked a lot about the writing. There is not much plot for such a long book, but the pleasure here is in the narrator's voice, which is both naive and wise-beyond-her-years, an interesting paradox. For those that enjoy interesting and memo... Read More »
ArapahoeAlison Jun 12, 2017
This book is brilliant and hilarious. I loved the deadpan voice of the main character Selin and her absurdist observations. She struggles with coming of age and her first major crush in her first year at Harvard College.
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“What I want to help you to understand in the next few weeks is that real intimacy is a place where there are no mistakes, at least not in the sense you feel. You don’t just blow everything with one wrong move. A friendship is a space where you’re supported and free to make mistakes. I think when you reach this understanding a lot of things are going to feel better for you.”
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