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Good To A Fault by Marina Endicott
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Feb 03, 10

bookshelves: fiction, 2010, canada-reads-2010
Read from January 27 to 30, 2010

Marina Endicott's Good to a Fault is a lovely read. The book dances deftly and with ease between sad and happy, anger and calm, disappointment and contentment; a believable tale told with honesty and sincerity. All characters, down even to the baby, receive enough attention and treatment to give us a full portrait of each, allowing for the transmission of some profundity from more than one source, which too often seems to be only the main character.

I found myself interested in and relating to the character of Paul Tippet most easily, and, with a measure of self-awareness while reading, hoping to be more like him in some ways, less in others.

I really, really enjoyed reading this book.
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message 1: by Matt (new)

Matt King She used to, or maybe still does, work at the University of Alberta. Teaching Creative Writing. That may be not true though. I didn't bother to check that.


message 2: by Matt (new)

Matt King Yeah, she's at the Augustana campus.


message 3: by ry (new) - rated it 4 stars

ry Really? That's cool. I quite liked this book.


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