By Jean-Christophe Réhel
Translated by Katherine Hastings & Peter McCambridge
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"There is a unique and sometimes funny take on an element of the human condition in Jean-Christophe Réhel?s novel Tatouine. It is a light read but one that is memorable. And it is certainly one of my favourites of this year. " (Steven Buechler, The Library of Pacific Tranquility)
?the melancholy, mirthful story of a likeable 31-year-old with a poor self-image [?] a very worthwhile read? (James Fisher, The Miramichi Reader)
Just incredible. EVERY line in this first novel deserves to be underlined. It?s a book to scribble hearts and stars all over? One thousand stars for this author. ? (Claudia Larochelle)
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- Dimensions 280 pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x .60 in
- Published September 15, 2020
- Publisher Baraka Books
- Category Non-classifiable
- Keywords Non-classifiable , Humorous , Medical
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