The Pharmacist's Mate
Fusselman's first book weaves surprising beauty out of diverse strands: death and sea shanties, guns and artifical insemination, World War II and AC/DC. Highly personal but always engaging, this book reveals the humor and beauty throughout Fusselman's grief following her father's death. Original cover art by Marcel Dzama.
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Review: The Pharmacist's MateUser Review - Jen - Goodreads
A thoughtful, sometimes moving & sometimes funny book about life slipping in & out of the world. Didn't have the immediate emotional effect that Bluets had on me, but it's the kind of book that leaves you thinking for days afterward nonetheless. Read full review
Review: The Pharmacist's MateUser Review - Sue Marie - Goodreads
A slim novel written as a series of thoughts and recollections and journal entries that captures the story of a woman trying to get pregnant while remembering her father who recently died. Read full review