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Claire Fuller
Claire Fuller is a writer of flash fiction, short stories and longer fiction. Our Endless Numbered Days is her first novel. show more

Claire Fuller is a writer of flash fiction, short stories and longer fiction. Our Endless Numbered Days is her first novel.
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Odd and Bookish
Odd and Bookish rated it 3 months ago
I received an ARC of this book for free from the publisher (Tin House Books) in exchange for an honest review. The best part of this book is the atmosphere that Claire Fuller creates with her prose. This book gave me the creeps which I wast totally not expecting. It was so eerie and I got a haunt...
DubaiReader
DubaiReader rated it 1 year ago
How could I not enjoy a book that is set in a house with books piled up against all the walls, on the sofa and spread over all flat surfaces? But the interesting thing about all these books is that they have been collected, not for the book itself, but for the "marginalia", the writings and doodles ...
mybookjournal
mybookjournal rated it 2 years ago
Go for this book only if You have patience. LOTS and lots of it. If only I knew this before I sure wouldn't have attempted it. There was absolutely nothing about this book to like. The story was gloomy, okay that's fine but even though there were chances ...
Just a book blog
Just a book blog rated it 2 years ago
Ingrid Coleman has been writing letters to her husband, Gil, and sticking them inside books he has collected over the years. In those letters she writes about the truth of their marriage; her side of the story. And after she's written her final letter she disappears, leaving behind Gil and their two...
Summer Reading Project, BookLikes Satellite
Relationships are a mystery to outsiders. Perhaps it’s not so surprising after all that so much literary fiction attempts to peer inside disintegrating marriages. Most of what we know of a relationships comes from what a friend, one half of that relationship, tells us, with the slant that comes with...
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