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Terrastina and Mazolli: a novel in 99-word episodes

4.33  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Terrastina and Mazolli chronicles a year in the life of a free-spirited couple, their five-year-old twin daughters, (who benefit from a near-mystical connection with penguins) and the odd and charm¬ing members of the small Northwest town where they make their home and operate The Brew, a coffee shop and popular local hangout. Terrastina is an artist juggling her creative a ...more
Nook, 240 pages
Published November 26th 2010 by Mario Milosevic (first published December 13th 2007)
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Kim Antieau
Jan 15, 2012 Kim Antieau rated it it was amazing
We're probably not supposed to review books of people we know, but this is one of my favorite books of all time, so I'm going to say a few words about it. Mario writes about the life and times of a couple who live in a small town in Washington state with their twin daughters. He's able to convey so much feeling and humor and wonder in 99-word chapters. I really love these people and this place because of Mario's unique storytelling ability.
Aug 24, 2016 Julie rated it really liked it
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So charming! I really enjoyed these characters and their slight kookiness. The 99 word episodes were a really interesting way to built a world and a novel.
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