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July, July by Tim O'Brien
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Sep 14, 2009

really liked it

O'Brien never ceases to suprise me. This was a cleverly done and well written piece that takes characterization to a whole new level. Each character lets us into a slice of their life via a college reunion. We get to find out what thy used to do and where they ended up in life and how they want to change it. Vivid and memorable characters as well as a nicely paced and intertwined plot about the "lost generation".

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