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Bsurd unreuited love The only problem besides the sixteen year age difference is that Marcus's father is Emily's paranoid unsavory ex husband and he wants her dead More specifically he wants Marcus to kill her And now it'll take some cunning to solve the puzzle that is their lives. This was a good fun read about a young woman living in Bklyn the book is full of jokes that are sophisticated and mature enough to not be sillyWill look for books by her a good fast read

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Solos by Kitty Burns Florey

Lo and down on her financial luck she's learned to be happy with life's simple pleasures Things get complicated when Marcus Mead Emily's dog walker cum Scrabble rival comes into the picture Widely considered an oddball the endearing twenty year old has unwittingly become Emily's a. If I could I d actually mark this 4 and a half stars because while I wouldn t classify it as uite amazing it was a great read the uickness of which belies the emotional depth and richness of the story Also I m a huge word dork so I loved all the palindroms and word games scattered throughout AND the heroine s name is Emily what s not to love

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Emily Lime whose name reads the same backwards as forwards is a photographer and word lover at large Her Brooklyn neighborhood teems with eccentrics and their myriad pets and Emily is proud to call many of them her friends Although the thirtysomething crossword junkie is flying so. Again I am struck by Florey s gift for creating interesting characters This is a delightful novel Since I tend to read things that are ultimately depressing I needed something playful But by playful I don t mean frivolous I read straight through without growing impatient and skipping ahead Don t judge me The setting this time is NYC a neighborhood with a palindromic zip code and a heroine with a palindromic name There s a sort of mystery and a sort of romance but it is finally a celebration of finding one s place in the world I am going to track down as many books by Kitty Burns Florey that I can


10 thoughts on “Solos by Kitty Burns Florey

  1. says:

    The protagonist's name is a palindrome who lives in a palindrome of a zip code; the chapter titles are palindromes as well It's as though the book were straining to be cutesy over the top yet it wasn'tFlorey has a remarkable gift for evoking place Williamsburgh Brooklyn probably the strongest point of the story Her charact

  2. says:

    A fun light read definitely try it

  3. says:

    Again I am struck by Florey's gift for creating interesting characters This is a delightful novel Since I tend to read things that are ultimately depressing I needed something playful But by playful I don't mean frivolous I read straight through without growing impatient and skipping ahead Don't judge me The setting this time is NYC; a neighborhood with a palindromic zip code and a heroine with a palindromic name There's a sort of

  4. says:

    I can't remember any where or who this was recommended by but thank god they did Florey's uirky writing played particularly well to my own reading sensibilities She really loves the strange oddities that make up our lives and what at first may sound like a confused over wrought plot turns to pure simplicity in her capable handsThis basic premise here is that Marcus has been asked by his father to kill his ex wife Emily Lime However there's

  5. says:

    This is a fun story set in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn zip code 11211 featuring the word loving woman Emily Lime As you may have noticed Emily's name is a palindrome and of these and other word play instances abound That is part

  6. says:

    If I could I'd actually mark this 4 and a half stars because while I wouldn't classify it as uite amazing it was a great read the uickness of which belies the emotional depth and richness of the story Also I'm a huge word do

  7. says:

    A great light summercottage read Interesting uirky group of characters brought together by words they like crossw

  8. says:

    This was a good fun read about a young woman living in Bklyn the book is full of jokes that are sophisticated an

  9. says:

    This book is fun light reading with romance uirky neighbors mysterious relatives suspense and mystery

  10. says:

    this book is very good but is just a lot of confusingit seems that the main character Marcus does love his father Hart also Emily thinks that Ha

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