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The Bonfire Of Sanity

Disregards the art, and sullen craft, which make a novel tick. The trouble with this book is too much tell and too little experience—it can only be endured in blind faith

The Bonfire Of Sanity
The Bonfire Of Sanity
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We don't.

The protagonist Mia—thirtyish, spaced out from grief over her father's suicide, and dislocated by her mother's second fling at matrimony—is ripe for disaster or romance. She finds both in Hyde Park where she runs into the man of her dreams. Quite literally that—for he's the vision in the centre of her father's painting of the Kumbh.

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