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“Tasty morsels . . . will have the reader gnawing the book’s cover for lack of the perfect bagel . . . or the succulent boudin.”
—The Dallas Morning News
“One of the most brilliant humorists of our times . . . Trillin is guaranteed good reading.”
—Charleston Post and Courier
“Trillin never loses track of the ultimate meaning of food—that it connects us to those we care about the most deeply.”
—The New York Times Book Review
“Trillin is the guide on a magical mystery tour punctuated by eccentric characters made memorable by his deft touch.”
—The Denver Post
From the Hardcover edition.
|3||The Frying Game||31|
|5||Desperately Seeking Ceviche||54|
|6||New Grub Streets||69|
|9||The Red and the White||116|
|11||Don't Mention It||141|
|12||A Very Short History of the Fish Taco||163|
|13||Barbecue and Home||175|
|14||Grandfather Knows Best||188|
Posted January 27, 2013
((WARNING: There is some language in this story, so please realize if you see ANYTHING bad, you have been warned!))
I'm Not Innocent - Book One of the Fallen Series
Apparently, I'm a "troubled kid." You can ask my parents! They were the ones who sent me to the hell-hole called Seaside Academy ((if that's an actual school, this one is NOT the same! It's a made-up school!)).
"Troubled kids" don't give a damn if they're "troubled." They cause trouble. So, clearly, I'M troubled. According to every adultthat knows me. From teachers to my own parents, every adult under the sun is wary of being in the same room as me.
I'm Hallow Collins, just your average girl with a very not-average attribute that puts a huge gap between me and normal.