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Sleepwalking in Paradise by Andrew O. Dugas
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Feb 20, 2013

it was amazing

Perishingly few American novels focus on the single most glaring aspect of contemporary American society: the appallingly large and ever-widening gap between the haves and the have-nots. Sleepwalking in Paradise bravely bucks the trend, delivering a suspenseful, well-written, and occasionally wry story with social inequality (and its odious effect on the human soul) at its very heart. Lovers of San Francisco and San Franciscans will appreciate that the city is deftly portrayed, from top to bottom, in all its insane glory.
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message 1: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer this sounds like a winner, alvin - i love class inequality! oh, that didn't come out how I meant it! guess that's why Dugas had to do the work.


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