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succint in style and interesting,
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This review is from: Two Serious Ladies (Paperback)
This book is easy to read: short sentences, dialogues to the point - I can only think of Willa Cather and Albert Camus for comparison. The two ladies in question live outwith the rules of society in some ways - it is however a post war novel, and what may have seemed shocking then now barely raises an eyebrow, but it is a 'story' that takes the reader places that are unexpected, and this is why I liked it. I think however it may not appeal to everyone. Weird is one word that comes to mind. But fluent weirdness.