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From the PublisherJacki Lyden author of Daughter of the Queen of Sheba If Jane Austen had placed her intelligent and sophisticated heroine, Emma, into the vast urban landscape of early-twenty-first-century life and not left her dodging about those gardens and great halls, she would be reborn as Susan Coll's questing and delightfully droll Ella Kennedy, mixing manners, meaning, and oh, pursuing not Mr. Knightley but Nigel...irresistible....Read it!
Binnie Kirshenbaum author of Pure Poetry karlmarx.com lives up to its deliciously wicked, wry, and witty title. With this charming debut novel, Susan Coll manages to stylishly juggle the contemporary dilemmas of her heroine, Ella Kennedy, the political theories of Karl Marx, and the tragic story of his daughter Eleanor. The result is a thinking girl's treat.
Bob Woodward karlmarx.com is a powerful, hilarious story about the convergence of history, .com mania, personal secrets, and unexplainable sexual obsession. There's a little bit (or a lot) of Susan Coll's heroine, Ella, in all of us. This is the best novel about teetering on the edge of — and taking the plunge into — contemporary madness that I've read in years.