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"At end of Part 1 (perfect), wondering: will Part 2 be totally different? Worried/kind of excited that was just a gentle warm-up to some extra-intense fucked-up shit. But I think it'll probably continue with wry, beautiful, emotional detachment. Not worlds-away detachment, but neighbors-for-generations barely-there detachment you get from living across the alley from each other, front doors facing opposite directions." Feb 20, 2019 12:26AM

 
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"Worlds away from any of her other books I've read: world's away = now RIGHT NEXT DOOR. Very surprised." Feb 15, 2019 11:40PM

 
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