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The Light In The Fridge
     

The Light In The Fridge

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by Robert Ross
 

As Joni Mitchell so poignantly said, " . . . you don't know what you've got till it's gone . . . dooh . . . waap, waap, waap, waap." When Anna disappears, Stuart discovers a few things of his own-dogs, mobile phones, that smiling fat woman on his tram, even failure to appreciate the genius of The Go-Betweens-are not worth a brain haemorrhage. Even in the grooviest

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As Joni Mitchell so poignantly said, " . . . you don't know what you've got till it's gone . . . dooh . . . waap, waap, waap, waap." When Anna disappears, Stuart discovers a few things of his own-dogs, mobile phones, that smiling fat woman on his tram, even failure to appreciate the genius of The Go-Betweens-are not worth a brain haemorrhage. Even in the grooviest part of town, bachelor life can get pretty depressing when you're down to your last chunk of cheese. Sometimes you have to choose between taking a fork in the road-or one from the cutlery drawer. The jagged, shiny characters of The Light in the Fridge populate a tangled, messy story that is wise and warm . . . and achingly funny. This is a novel about life, love and loneliness, family and growing up . . . and a small penguin called Henry, who learns that if you live on an island, sooner or later you're going to have to start swimming.

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ISBN-13:
9781413781021
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
10/31/2005
Pages:
274
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

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The Light In The Fridge 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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'As Joni Mitchell so poignantly said, ¿¿you don¿t know what you¿ve got till it¿s gone ¿dooh¿waap, waap, waap, waap.¿ When Anna disappears, Stuart discovers a few things of his own¿dogs, mobile phones, that smiling fat woman on his tram, even failure to appreciate the genius of The Go-Betweens¿are not worth a brain haemorrhage. Even in the grooviest part of town, bachelor life can get pretty depressing when you¿re down to your last chunk of cheese. Sometimes you have to choose between taking a fork in the road¿or one from the cutlery drawer. The jagged, shiny characters of The Light in the Fridge populate a tangled, messy story that is wise and warm¿and achingly funny. This is a novel about life, love and loneliness, family and growing up¿and a small penguin called Henry, who learns that if you live on an island, sooner or later you¿re going to have to start swimming.'