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Trace Elements of Random Tea Parties by Felicia Luna Lemus
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Dec 11, 08

bookshelves: fiction, 2008-read, fiction-poc, fiction-queer, magical-realism, mainstream, author-poc
Read in December, 2008

Overall, the book was good but could have been grating if it went on any longer. This applies to the distinctive and compelling narrative voice, the lives of the protagonist and her string of relationships that don't quite work, and the whole "post-hipster queer" lifestyle which I'm not quite sure what it means, but reads like an urban twenty-something navel gazing about not having made it yet.

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