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Down Aisle Ten by Daniel Friedland
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Aug 09, 2012

liked it
bookshelves: coupland-esque
Read in August, 2012

Well-written, concise novel.

The Vonnegut comparisons are overblown. Friedland ascribes to the Vonnegut tenet that "Every sentence must do one of two things—reveal character or advance the action" but aside from that it doesn't quite hold up.

All that being said, I would certainly read a second book by Friedland, even if Down Aisle Ten was essentially forgettable.

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