A Kurt Vonnegut for the '90s, an earthbound Douglas Adams. James Boylan's debut novel is wildly inventive, original, and deeply, outrageously funny. When lovesick Edith Schmertz takes an ill-fated leap out of an airplane on Easter Sunday, she sets in motion an inexorable chain of events, sending many human orbits spinning wildly out of control.
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Review: The PlanetsUser Review - Jess Moss - Goodreads
Jennifer Finney Boylan (or James Finney Boylan on the older copy that I own) certainly comes up with interesting characters! This was an entertaining light read. Nothing profound about it, but very amusing characters. Read full review
Review: The PlanetsUser Review - Adina - Goodreads
As I grew up outside Philly, the scenes in familiar locations always tend to resonate. =) Phoebe Rocks! Read full review