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Publisher Description

A fresh, fun, totally addictive debut—by turns hilarious and tragic—by a gifted new writer, Losing Clementine follows a famous artist as she attempts to get her messy affairs in order en route to her eventual planned suicide a month later. First time author Ashley Ream takes a usually macabre subject and makes it accessible, relatable, and funny, and, in Clementine, has created one of the most endearing and unforgettable characters in recent fiction.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
March 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
William Morrow Paperbacks
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
2.1
MB

Customer Reviews

Pink Amy ,

A light look at a heavy premise

The sardonic voice of Clementine Prichard leaps off the pages of her last 30 days of life. She's got scores to settle, ends to tie up, and most importantly to find a home for her cat.
Clementine, though humorous, is a hard character to root for most of the time. She lies to and mistreats everyone around her, yet she's also hard to root against.
I judge a book on whether I want to reread it, and I did want to clarify parts of the story. Unfortunately, I couldn't plow through any of it a second time.

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