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read in January, 2001
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kerri kerri said: " NOt as good as my favorite toni morrison book, the bluest eye, but it is better than most other contemporary fiction out there. "

 

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This is a book that haunts and resonates long after you read it. It speaks alot to the inevitability of change and the fear of becoming professional, intellectually, and personally obsolete. It is sad and painful, a story that makes you hurt but one ...more
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Excellent voice, violent and charming, Francie Brady is someone you will constantly come back to. I liked the humor and the insanity and the blood. I read it at leastonce a year.
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One of the first books I read on my own without prompting from teachers, mother, sister, etc.
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Simple, well-written and a good read.
Hegi's other book, "The Vision of Emma Blau," wasn't nearly as good.
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