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Chicago Girls by Edith Freund
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Nope.

If you're the type of reader who likes their historical fiction steeped in self-importance, drained of all possible vigor, & squashed under the weight of block infodump'ing slogs, thus ensuring all possible plot points are held at a safe distance without fear of catching that dread disease known as "emotional involvement"...

Great news! Chicago Girls was published in the mid-1980s & awaits fresh discovery!

...But if you're someone who actually likes to enjoy the books they read, feel free to skip this piece of dead-tree Ambien.

Push the button, Frank.



DNF.
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message 1: by MAP (new)

MAP Sounds like Dr. Forrester would LOVE subjecting this book to Mike and the bots.


Sarah Mac MAP wrote: "Sounds like Dr. Forrester would LOVE subjecting this book to Mike and the bots."

It's the equivalent of a Roger Corman walking scene. :D


message 3: by Karla (new)

Karla Or ROCK CLIMBING. D:

Or SANDSTORM. D:

Or all of Castle of Fu Manchu. >___>


Sarah Mac Or Girl With the Gold Boots. Crikey, but not even the 'bots can salvage that POS.


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