ON WHAT STRANGE STUFF by Elisa Blalk

ON WHAT STRANGE STUFF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A readable tale, in the Manhattan Transfer vein, but without its sordidness. Shifting, kaleidoscopic picture of unrelated lives, which touch rarely and casually. Chicago the background for the story of ambitious, self-made Yorke, desperate Peter, ruthless Dossinger, weak James, successful Adler, vulgar Gracie -- the one common bond, their youth. Rental library appeal.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran