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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Apt 3W by Gabriel Brownstein
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Jun 14, 10

bookshelves: 2010, fiction, family, friendship, new-york-city, audiobook, relationships, short-stories
Read in April, 2010

I can't believe I never wrote this book down. It was so odd. Good, but odd. Why would someone chose to rewrite a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald? I believe that some of the other stories were also "take-offs" from other famous writers, but I don't remember enough to know which stories.

I am not sorry that I read this book - it was well written and captured my imagination. The author definitely has a way with words. I just can't imagine the jumping off points that Brownstein used. I suspect part of my problem is I am not a city person, so these are not stories I could tell.

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