Heidi Banks, November 4, 2007 (view all comments by Heidi Banks)
A quick fun read, reminiscent of an early Tom Robbins in its quirkiness. Dialog is funny and smart, though the book comes across a bit like a movie treatment in spots.
Think Twin Peaks on copious amounts of sugar, though a little less Lynch and a little more Robbins.
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