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It is insane. It's also the style that her then-lover (and co-author of her very first books) taught her to write in. She later grew out of it ... mercifully.
BrokenTune 4 years ago
Thank goodness for that! Reading one book like this was entertaining, but I am not sure I would want to repeat this experience.
No. As I said, I've planning to revisit "Indiana" (had initially read it in German and thought, maybe it won't sound quite as over the top in French), but I find I'm not at all sorry it vanished onto my mom's currently-reading stack way back in 2013 ... where it's last made any progress some months ago or more, if I'm guessing correctly.
BrokenTune 4 years ago
Yeah, it's never a got sign when you don't mind books disappearing.
Rane Aria 4 years ago
Yup, the was stamp WTF all over this book. But while it was batsh*t crazy there was a type of appeal to it that made it unstoppable to the reader - to find out to the very end what happens to these characters.
BrokenTune 4 years ago
Exactly. This book was nuts but hard to put down.