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98% Grey: A Book in 3 Colours

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Marci Wood is a twenty-something who develops a fascination with colour in order to come to terms with the unfortunate death of her artist mother. She struggles with the restrictions of her dream job: working as an archivist in a Rare Books Library, where she must wear a 98% grey suit to work. When her apartment floods, destroying all memorabilia of her life, she attempts ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published January 11th 2011 by Createspace
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Lindsey Elizabeth
Sep 14, 2015 Lindsey Elizabeth rated it did not like it
The writing style was super overwrought and kept jolting me out of Marci's world. After reading the synopsis I really wanted to love this book, so although I was really not enjoying it I tried to keep reading. I gave up after 3/4 of the way through and wish I'd put my time into reading something I really enjoyed.
Julie Thompson
May 16, 2016 Julie Thompson rated it did not like it
I found this to be poorly written and completely unengaging. It's rare that I don't have something good to say about a book, I'd probably skip this one unless you're really intrigued and can track down a free copy.
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