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A new voice in fiction, a career to watch,
This review is from: Cleaning Nabokov's House: A Novel (Hardcover)
"Cleaning Nabokov's House" is written in the funny, relatable voice of a narrator who has just made some pretty lousy choices. Because of her state of shock and some rather poor game-playing, our heroine has just lost custody of her children in a nasty divorce and must now reinvent herself. Some of the ways she chooses to do this are surprising. A couple are downright shocking. Leslie Daniels was plainly having a lot of fun writing this story and I had fun reading it...I will be looking for more of this author's work.