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The Piano Man's Daughter by Timothy Findley
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Dec 28, 2009

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Read in January, 2010

This was an interesting read. It felt a bit convoluted at first but after the first few chapters it cleared for me. It was an interesting look into the mind and family of a mentally ill woman who also suffered from epilepsy. It made me want to read more from the person suffering seizures. Can they really feel them coming on? Do they have a certain amount of awareness during - even an unreal awareness?

The setting was interesting the telling was unique and the story was moderately captivating.

I love books that I continue to ponder after I've finished reading them...and this was one of those.

Some sexuality. No swears that I can recall...

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