Nothing to See HereBook - 2019
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A moving and uproarious novel about a woman who finds meaning in life when she begins caring for twins with remarkable and disturbing abilities, namely that when they become agitated, they spontaneously combust.
This book is funny and tragic. Wilson is an intelligent writer that allows readers to not question using their imagination. The characters are believable, broken, and trying. -- Haley Lips, Collection Development
A funny, snarky narrator takes on the job of caretaker for kids with remarkable and strange abilities. Everyone involved learns that sometimes all we need after being repeatedly let down is someone to rely on. For fans of Chuck Kosterman and Gary Shteyngart.--Linda Quinn, Fairfield Public Library... Read More »
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And if I'd driven to the basket right then, I would have hit an easy layup, but I let her recover. I drove and then did my... And when Madison felt that pressure from me, that movement, she turned and ran to the basket, too... I was about to reach it when I felt something hard slam into my face, and all these stars blasted into my head, this stinging pain... 'She hit you in the face,' Bessie said, 'with her elbow.' 'It was an accident, of course,' Madison said. 'shit, I'm sorry, Lillian.'
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