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I Can See You by Karen Rose
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May 08, 11

bookshelves: psychological-mysteries, grocery-store-impulse-purchase
Read in January, 2011

What I learned from this book:

I am a woman in my 40s which makes me just like the victims.
I don't have a man in my life which makes me pathetic.
I don't have children which again, makes me pathetic.
I have a cat or two which shows that I have sublimated my need for love into pet ownership.
I have an active on-line life which makes me open to hacking and stalking.
I do enjoy routines--work, recreation--which makes me relatively easy to find.

All of these factors prove I live outside the mainstream social order and will probably be murdered by a serial killer. My cats, too. Thus ensuring that some twenty something in her prime will meet a hot cop. THEY will live happily ever after, basking in the glow reserved for people who follow rules, get married, procreate and buy a minivan.

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message 1: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Finnell This. Is. Awesome. I have also substituted a family for pets, and have already had my identity stolen. I'm sure it's not a coincidence that I live on the same block as the Broderick murder, and around the corner from cunanin's old pad. Oh god. My goodreads online presence will end with my brain on a plate. Now I have to read this book. Jesus, Viv. Why?


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