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The children had turned to the camera, most of them were smiling. One of the
smiling girls, my mother later pointed herself out, had a tooth missing. She also
later showed me Christopher Lewis at the end of the line, his face half hidden.
He could only remember the guard's stupefaction as he fell, the director's face as
he leaned over him, day after day, a curiously benevolent smile as he pressed
the needles home. And the interviews afterwards, supposed therapy sessions.
She was smiling, but not exactly, and her lips and cheeks were swollen.
Somehow she had got her thighs around his waist — she was squeezing hard,
so hard the breath was leaving him. He put his hand to her mouth, she took it, bit
into his ...
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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
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bhowell - LibraryThing
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