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Lovely realistic middle fiction! Mo Wren lives on fox Street a cul de sac that is just about perfect, there is music, food and friends in abundance even if the potholes grow and the houses need paint and perhaps a bit of repair. The house Mo shares with Dottie, Dad and the memory of Mom are all she has ever known or wants to know. This is a summer of change though- Pi the boy up the street is suddenly interesting, Mercedes who spends every summer with Da who is now unwell, is very aware this will be the last visit, Dad is morose and Mo is the only one who takes care of Dottie and the house. It is all too much! Any now at every turn Mo is running into that most pernicious of theories- ..."It's a necessary evil." as a girl who thinks, she wonders, where is the line? . Amid a summer of frustration, change and anger Mo comes to terms with inevitable acceptance of the huge loss she and her family must face coming to grips with the adjustments that will help them build a new and happy life.

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Not nearly as good as "Lonely Hearts" or "Day of the Locust", West's only two other novels. Bizarre, absurd, sometimes silly satire of Horatio Alger novels and America's Depression-era (and forever) flirtation with facism. Sinclair Lewis, John Steinbeck, and even West himself (see above) cover this ground so much better. If this were an album by a respected musician I would suspect it was a "contractual obligation" effort. Half baked.