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Re: [BKARTS] rustic and artisanal (summary)



A book is a main character in a novel?  Sounds interesting...and unusual.


--- barley books <barleybooks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> One of the main characters in "The Cure for Death by Lightning" by Gail
> Anderson-Dargatz is a book of recipes and houshold tips, including the
> eponymous cure, home-made from recycled materials on a Canadian homestead.
> I feel this is (or would be if it existed in real life) a genuine peasant
> book. Unfortunately the author gives no information about the method of
> construction, except that it is open-ended: new pages are added as needed.
> In spite of this shortcoming, the novel is a very good read!
> 
> Ama Bolton
> 
> 

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