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Confessions of a Curious Bookseller

Des her block Fawn is convinced that his cushy couches impressive selection coffee bar and knowledgeable staff are a neighborhood blight Misguided yet blindly resilient Fawn readies for battleBut as she wages her war Fawn is forced to reflect on a few unavoidable truths the tribulations of online dating a strained relationship with her family and a devoted if not always la I dont tend to one star books very often but I think this one just wasn t for meI really loved the concept of this book and was looking forward to reading about a bit of rivalry between the two

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A heartening and uproariously funny novel of high hopes bad choices book love and one woman’s best and worst intentionsWithout uestion Fawn Birchill knows that her used bookstore is the heart of West Philadelphia a cornerstone of culture for a community that for the past twenty years has found the uirkiness absolutely charming When an amicable young indie bookseller inva poorly written epistolary novel with a misleading title and weirdly unlikable protagonist Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy past twenty years has found the uirkiness absolutely charming When an amicable young indie bookseller inva Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya poorly written epistolary novel with a misleading title and weirdly unlikable Twisted protagonist

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W abiding intern not to mention what to do about a pen pal with whom she hasn’t been entirely honest and the litany of repairs her aging store reuiresThrough emails journal entries combative online reviews texts and tweets Fawn plans her next move Now it’s time for her to dig deep and use every trick at her disposal if she’s to reclaim her beloved business and her li DNF I got to 4% in before I closed it it s awful It s written in a series of emailslettersnotices which are awful to read they jump about the stopstart pacing is very blah and as a means to


10 thoughts on “Confessions of a Curious Bookseller

  1. says:

    I LOVED this So uirky well written and genuinely funny such a great escape from reality I enjoyed the format love

  2. says:

    poorly written epistolary novel with a misleading title and weirdly unlikable protagonist

  3. says:

    I picked this up from First Reads enticed by the uniue style and the claim of similarity to OveEleanor Oliphant Midway thro

  4. says:

    So So Epistolary with a Modern Electronic TwistBefore such things as Facebook and emails existed authors sometimes wrote books called epistolaries written strictly in letter form and other typically non fictitious nonnarrative prose One of the most famous is Dracula made up of letters ship logs telegrams diary entries doctor's notes and newspaper clippings Other books have used letters to great effect like Jan

  5. says:

    DNF at 29%I have NEVER reviewed a book that I’ve not finished but I couldn’t with this one I’m all for unlikeable characters because you normally see SOME redeeming uality but Fawn gave me nothing I love an epistolary novel and the writ

  6. says:

    I dont tend to one star books very often but I think this one just wasn't for meI really loved the concept of this book and was looking forward to reading about a bit of rivalry between the two book shops However I

  7. says:

    I think the trope of the emails and messages back and forth wore thin uite uickly for me I found myself waiting to get started with the story for the characters to actually interact in person Sadly the only interactions that occurred were told to us afterwards which was a strange twist to me at least The protagonist Fawn is an unli

  8. says:

    This is the 326th book I've read this year and by far the worst This was my December selection for First Reads because it should have been a book I enjoyed There's a bookstore a cat and told in letteremail format all things

  9. says:

    DNF I got to 4% in before I closed it it’s awful It’s written in a series of emailslettersnotices which are awful to read they jump about the stopstart pacing is very blah and as a means to introduce characters it’s lacking The protagonist is not likeable she writes rude meandering responses to one star reviews dumped her boyfriend over email using her invalid father as an excuse right after we find out she never visits her father

  10. says:

    I thought it was brilliant It's true that Fawn is a terrible person but she is hilariously and hopelessly lacking in self awareness which made her endearingly brazen and absurd She is the kind of person you find yourself cringing at; wondering how they have the nerve to even think they can get away with some of the things they do but her own actions trip her up than help her which offers a satisfying counter to her awful behaviou

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