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“an original and powerful novel that a reader won’t easily forget.”
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There is something to be said about a book that has survived the test of time. Sweetbitter was first published in 1995 by Broken Moon Press.
“a great diversion from Evanovich’s long-running Stephanie Plum series, and a laugh-out-loud impossible adventure.”
Sean Michaels was the winner of the Scotiabank Giller Prize for his debut novel Us Conductors.
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“graceful and eloquent and compelling.”
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