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by Rebecca Stowe
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Rebecca Stowe
  • ISBN:
    0340671904
  • ISBN13:
    978-0340671900
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Spectre (August 19, 1999)
  • Pages:
    252 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1568 kb
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    1990 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    658
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Brilliantly witty style and moves at a fast pace. Having not heard of this author before, I'm now desperate to read her other books. Find similar books Profile.

Brilliantly witty style and moves at a fast pace. As he turned to get the phone, he saw something, something large and white, fly past the window, followed by a muffled thud. What the hell? he thought, if those damn squatters are throwing out their mattresses again. He stomped over to the window and looked down into the courtyard. There was what appeared to be a big crumpled heap of clothes down there, somebody's laundry or something.

There's no mid-life crisis for ex-bongo band star Harry Butler on his 47th. Details (if other): Cancel.

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To showcase my book design projects. As some of you may know, I have been fervently studying web design and I am now looking for 6 clients to book for the summer.

1999) A novel by Rebecca Stowe. There's no mid-life crisis for ex-bongo band star Harry Butler on his 47th birthday.

ISBN13:9780340671900.

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I loved this book so much. I couldn't read it fast enough. You fall in love with the main character, 12 yr. old Delilah, immediately. She broke my heart on several occasions because all she ever wanted was a family and a stable home, both of which were elusive for her. If you have ever lived in Yellowknife, or if you knew people who did, you will appreciate the details of living there in the 70's. And you will definitely recognize both the town and the surrounding areas. It made me want to go there! All the characters from Delilah's parents to her first boyfriend and her neighbors are all uniquely well-rounded and intriguing, if not always lovable. Will, a neighbor, is one of my favorites, as is Mac, Delilah's heart-rending father.

The book is beautifully written. Hendry's vivid descriptions of the area make you feel like you are familiar with all of it. And her characters are so well rounded and defined that they become your family and friends. And if Delilah doesn't break your heart with her steadfast longing for her family and her love of Yellowknife, then you are a very tough cookie!

My favorite excerpt comes from a conversation between Delilah and Will: ""I just like to know why things happen. Don't you?" He sets the cheese on the counter and turns to her. "Not always, kid," he says. "What happened is what happened. Knowing why doesn't change a thing."

I highly recommend this book to those who enjoy well written characters as well as being transported to a place (in this case, Yellowknife) they may never go, but now feel like they know it well.