Never-Ending Book Quiz
Can you identify this passage? Fiction published in 2011.
Prohibition had been in full swing when we left the States, and though we'd never stopped drinking -- who had? -- it was a relief to be able to buy and enjoy liquor openly. We ordered Pernod, which was green and ghoulish looking once you added the water and sugar, and tried to concentrate on that instead of our dinner, which was a disappointing coq au vin with grayish coins of carrot floating in the broth.
Choose the correct answer:The Ballad of the Sad Café and Other Stories/Carson McCullers The Paris Wife/Paula McLain In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin/Erik Larson The Sun Also Rises/Ernest Hemingway
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