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“Following the complex and dysfunctional relationship between twin sisters Cassandra and Judith, who have been inseparable until Judith's sudden engagement, forces Cassandra to confront her own individuality, her entanglement with her family, and the lingering grief of her mother's death. Intelligent, witty, and emotional in its exploration of identity, depression, and family relationships, Cassandra at the Wedding is a profoundly moving tragicomedy. ”Chloe • Vroman's Bookstore
“Hallucinatory and abstract, Second Place revolves around a female narrator and an artist she invites to stay on her property. The novel becomes a descent into the narrator's psyche as well as an introspective look on art, gender, the complexities of human relationships, and identity. Rachel Cusk is a master at dissecting her characters, unveiling their darkest qualities, while still maintaining a nature of enigmatic unpredictability. ”Chloe • Vroman's Bookstore
“Famous for her cult classic novel Geek Love, Dunn's posthumous novel, Toad is less morbidly intense but continues Dunn's unique wit and usual nihilistic, eccentric, and depressive characters. The story follows an aging women, Sally, who has become a social recluse, as she recounts her college days and the events that caused her to recede from society. The reader is drowned in Sally's psychological torment and bitter self-hatred. There is a sludgy grime to Dunn's writing that is purely her own. ”Chloe • Vroman's Bookstore
“When it comes to classics, we often feel we know the story without ever having read it for ourselves. Especially with the abundance of retellings and allusions in other media. This was definitely true for me when it came to this novel, but I was pleasantly surprised to be wrong! I may have known the overarching plot but the details, suspense, and urgency had me sneaking away to see how it all played out. This is one classic not to sleep on. ”Ashlee • Vroman's Bookstore
“Human nature, human desire, and magical realism at its finest, with a setting seemingly destined to be performed on stage. We follow customers and staff of a café rumored to allow quick trips to the past. The intricate rules and restrictions weed out all but the desperate. At times lighthearted and familiar and yet, equally heartbreaking. A look into the lives, hopes, dreams, and fears of a group of ordinary folks with an extraordinary opportunity. These stories will stay with me for years to...”Ashlee • Vroman's Bookstore
“This biography is a moving and enlightening inside-look at a tragic, ongoing conflict. Pastor Elias Chacour was a child when Israeli soldiers forced his family and friends to leave their Palestinian village. His account of those events and the confusion his village experienced sheds light on how the Israel-Palestine conflict came to pass. As an adult, Chacour works to establish peace and reconciliation between Palestinian and Israeli neighbors, but he encounters numerous obstacles. However,...”Justin • Vroman's Bookstore
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