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The Merrill Diaries By Susan Tepper
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Susan Tepper’s hilarious 'The Merrill Diaries' follows a quirky young woman running from a couple of doozy marriages but mainly from herself. The language is whip smart, the characters live and... More > breathe on the page. A beautiful book. Bonnie ZoBell, author of 'The Whack-Job Girls' This novel in stories is the end of innocence and the start of “the broken tracks, the roads where the river has flooded over.” A delightful, extraordinary book giving us a look at one woman’s unique destiny. Gloria Mindock, editor of Červená Barva Press Raymond Carver meets Jennifer Egan in Susan Tepper’s new book, 'The Merrill Diaries', in which a restless young woman finds love and lust. The language is spare and intense getting quickly into the staccato rhythms of Merrill’s slap-dash life. “When I don’t know what to do, I generally run away.” Great fun, yet sad too. Gay Degani, author of 'Pomegranate Stories'< Less
The Merrill Diaries By Susan Tepper
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"A brilliant book." Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer Prize-winning author. "Susan Tepper’s hilarious 'The Merrill Diaries' follows a quirky young woman running from a couple of... More > doozy marriages but mainly from herself. The language is whip smart, the characters live and breathe on the page. A beautiful book." Bonnie ZoBell, author of 'The Whack-Job Girls' "This novel in stories is the end of innocence and the start of “the broken tracks, the roads where the river has flooded over.” A delightful, extraordinary book giving us a look at one woman’s unique destiny." Gloria Mindock, editor of Červená Barva Press "Raymond Carver meets Jennifer Egan in Susan Tepper’s new book, 'The Merrill Diaries', in which a restless young woman finds love and lust. The language is spare and intense getting quickly into the staccato rhythms of Merrill’s slap-dash life. “When I don’t know what to do, I generally run away.” Great fun, yet sad too." Gay Degani, author of 'Pomegranate Stories'< Less