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Molly Fox's Birthday

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  • Posted October 25, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    Something understated

    If you want a book with cookie cutter characters, explicit sex and high drama you had better look elsewhere. This book is about the friendship of two characters; a stage actor and a playwright and how their lives are interconnected by the other people around them. It reveals the small things about relationships that usually have a profound effect. There are no chapters as it is a continuous narrative that moves between past and present. The writing is superb as I found the characters plenty believable.

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  • Posted August 9, 2010

    self obsessed gen xers.

    I really wanted to like this book, the scenario seemed intriguing at first but after reading the book, and nothing really happens I have to say that I did not like it.... The book consists solely of the main character (in the first person) reminiscing about her life. She narates key events in her life and her friendships with the two people (as well as others). The three main friends are successful independent 40ish people who work in the arts. They also happen to each have intimacy issues. I just found it a bit boring. The book just didnt seem realistic for me. The characters were too unemotional, celluloid. I didnt really feel much conflict or climax in the story.

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