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Rambles Cultural Arts Magazine -"Collins' writing is witty and hip, full of sarcastic commentary on city life and brutally honest observations on the nature of love. Underlying the major plot events is a wrenching examination of Lucy's ability to deal with her mother's death and the ensuing sense of dislocation she feels. Lucy is an extremely likeable heroine -- spunky, witty and caring."
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