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I'll Let You Go

I'll Let You Go

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by Bruce Wagner

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Twelve-year-old Toulouse “Tull” Trotter lives on his grandfather’s vast Bel-Air parkland estate with his mother, the beautiful, drug-addicted Katrina—a landscape artist who specializes in topiary labyrinths. He spends most of his time with young cousins Lucy, “the girl detective,” and Edward, a prodigy undaunted by the

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I'll Let You Go 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Rich and dense, Wagner describes two worlds -- one, the street and the other, extraordinary luxury -- with an amazing level of intimacy, poignancy, and beauty. The stories and characters are fantastically interwoven, and do much to reward the reader in the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What is most astonishing about this more than astonishing novel is that Bruce Wagner has been able to find a niche somewhere between Dickens and 'Bonfire of the Vanities' and placed that-- wonder of wonders-- in the Los Angeles of today. After the blistering and sometimes hard to take I'M LOSING YOU, this is a more well rounded, clear eyed view of a town most of us only know through our daydreams and what we see on screen or in Entertainment Weekly. It is a wonderful book and it's time the world knew about this wonderful writer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an incredibly dense, rewarding novel written with such linguistic beauty that it's hard to know where the author can go from here. No mincing of words: you'll be astounded and absorbed right from the get-go.