"Smart, subtle, stylish, and witty."—"The Boston Herald Sunday" "A novel so much more than just clever and sharp that it might be said to be wise . . . Cusk has heart and depth in abundance, and "Saving Agnes" showcases both."—Abby Frucht, "The Village Voice" "Quirky but appealing characters and wry social commentary. . . Exquisite and sometimes diabolical."—Publishers Weekly
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Rachel Cusk's Whitbread-winning debut Saving Agnes is a funny, knowing tale of middle-class, middle-twenties angst.