Reproduction is the Flaw of Love

Author:   Lauren Grodstein ,  Ernie Schwartz
Publisher:   Bolinda Audio
Edition:   Unabridged
ISBN:  

9781743157114


Publication Date:   18 March 2013
Format:   Audio  Audio Format
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It's a Saturday morning in Brooklyn. Joel Miller, age twenty-eight, stands outside his locked bathroom door. Behind it are his girlfriend Lisa, a Dixie cup, and a pregnancy test. While she stalls for time, Miller is left in his hallway to wonder and wait: for the results of the test, for the pieces of his addled life to come together, for some kind of divine intervention to guide his actions when Lisa finally emerges. Thus begins Lauren Grodstein's beguiling debut novel, a wise, wonderfully assured journey deep into the heart of the commitment-phobic male.

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Author:   Lauren Grodstein ,  Ernie Schwartz
Publisher:   Bolinda Audio
Imprint:   Bolinda Audio
Edition:   Unabridged
Dimensions:   Width: 16.50cm , Height: 1.90cm , Length: 14.00cm
Weight:   0.154kg
ISBN:  

9781743157114


ISBN 10:   1743157118
Publication Date:   18 March 2013
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Audio
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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