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Hannah Green and Her Unfeasibly Mundane Existence by Michael Marshall Smith
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it was amazing

So the devil "hires" the world best engineer to create a machine to do some devilish work. Then the machine stops working, and you find out your grandfather is 200 years old. What do you do? YOU GO ON A ROLLICKING SWEET FUNNY AMAZING ADVENTURE, that's what.

This book was a delight to read as Smith deftly handles the fate of an 11-year old girl whose family is in crisis alongside the evil that is the Devil and his minions. If you are someone who collects book quotes, you will find plenty that sing to you herein. And though the subject matter seems grim, this is a fantastically delightful read that balances the dark and the humorous perfectly.

So my friends who love the weird and macabre, please get your hands on this book and let's discuss!
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Reading Progress

July 6, 2018 – Shelved
November 5, 2018 – Started Reading
November 5, 2018 –
page 83
20.75% "But when something that once seemed extra-ordinary, perfect, even wondrous, stops being that way, it feels like a betrayal. When that happens people may do strange things. They become desperate to change their lives in search of the intensity they once experienced - that feeling of being engaged and alive, of knowing they are a piece of infinity. They run after anything they think might make them shine again."
November 19, 2018 – Finished Reading

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