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Charles Dubow
Charles Dubow was born in New York City and spent his summers at his family's house on Georgica Pond in East Hampton. He was educated at Wesleyan University and New York University. He has worked as a roustabout, a lumberjack, a sheepherder in New Zealand, and a congressional aide, and was a... show more

Charles Dubow was born in New York City and spent his summers at his family's house on Georgica Pond in East Hampton. He was educated at Wesleyan University and New York University. He has worked as a roustabout, a lumberjack, a sheepherder in New Zealand, and a congressional aide, and was a founding editor of Forbes.com and later an editor at Businessweek.com. He lives in New York City with his wife, Melinda; children, William and Lally; and Labrador retriever, Luke. This is his first novel.
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KatieMc
KatieMc rated it 9 years ago
The plot was predictable and the characters unlikable, yet I was drawn into the tale of this foursome. I kind of want to hate this book, but I just can't.
willemite
willemite rated it 9 years ago
That afternoon was my first inkling that there was more to the world than it appeared. Like the glimpse of a secret garden through a crack in the door, I discovered something I hadn’t known was missing. Where colors were brighter, tastes stronger, feelings deeper. And once I recognized it, I wanted ...
Livros e Marcadores
Livros e Marcadores rated it 11 years ago
«Um livro soberbo. Ainda me pergunto como pode uma estreia ter a pujança, a força e o impacto avassalador que este romance tem (e teve em mim).Rendi-me a este maravilhoso e tocante romance, entreguei-me sem condições nem restrições e o re...Ver mais em:Opinião Indiscrição|Livros e Marcadores
JeffreyKeeten
JeffreyKeeten rated it 11 years ago
”It is one thing to be lied to, but it is something else again to be the liar. But even then, most of us don’t look at it like that. We make up our own excuses, justifying the betrayal, clothing it in nobler raiment. It is easy to pretend that maintaining a lie is in the best interest of those we mi...
Cathy67
Cathy67 rated it 11 years ago
“Nothing looks so like innocence as an indiscretion.” Oscar Wilde I’ve been fretting over this review for days. Now, what should I say today about this book? Maybe I should choose the other draft review from yesterday. Or perhaps I should I go that other direction and post the review I wrote las...
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