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Now she had control of her hands again: she lifted them away from Jakob and
wiped at her cheeks. "You turned into a beautiful woman," Bronski said. "No." "
Yes. Inside, too. You are very brave and very beautiful." "I'm not beautiful inside.
Except that she had never made love to Christopher, never in a million years
would have made love to the old smooth Christopher; and squinting out the
window at the dusty road she was biting her cheeks to keep from laughing at the
Hollow cheeks and bony forehead — but those were standard issue here. Fine
hands: slim smooth fingers that, like the trustworthy mouth, inspired confidence,
even love. Jakob Bronski. In the movie he would be a puppet-maker. First
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gypsysmom - LibraryThing
This is the second book by Matt Cohen that I have read. I read Elizabeth and After a year and a half ago and enjoyed it. I knew that I had this other book on my TBR pile and that I wanted to read it ... Read full review
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This book was originally published in 1990 but was re-issued in 2007 when it was made into a movie staring Susan Sarandon and Christopher Plummer. It's a good read and not overly long, moving from a ... Read full review