Sometimes we miss out on some amazing titles that don’t make it on these lists, so for my most recent book segment on the CBC, I wanted to draw attention to the hidden gems that are still worth our time.
We begin by meeting nine different comedians, each at different stages in their career; some are washed up, some are at the height of their fame, and others have a mere one or two shows to their name.
I’ll still recommend this book to my girlfriends because I know EACH AND EVERYONE OF THEM has pondered the topics Catron addresses in this book.
It’s a refreshing change to see romance taking a back seat in this story because the plot really does center on these two women and the way they evolve as friends.
Many people probably participate in polyamory, but they are afraid to tell friends and family so they keep it hidden simply because it’s easier. I hope books like this are going to become more and more common as we open our minds to other forms of love in the world. Seriously people, why can’t we all just get along and mind our own business?
There’s more to this story than just shadowy corners and suspect characters — the horrible mistreatment and commodification of women’s bodies is the most compelling part of this novel.
Eve embarks on a life-changing path that begins with her enrolling in a class taught by a transgendered professor while Brendan bumbles his way through campus life trying to maintain the ignorant status-quo he’s relied on thus far.