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Late Nights on Air by Elizabeth Hay
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Apr 09, 2009

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The writing is exquisite. Hay has mastered the art of description, though she relies a bit too much on foreshadowing. Some characters are not fully developed, but you fully identify with the ones that are. This novel holds extra weight for me, since it took place in a rural radio station much like the one I work in, so I identified with them on a further level. But Hay loses a star for the random transition from radio world to the wilderness, which was not very well flushed out.

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