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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 11 months 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 11 months ago
Yeah, it's never a got sign when you don't mind books disappearing.
Rane Aria 11 months 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 11 months ago
Exactly. This book was nuts but hard to put down.