Mister Sandman

Mister Sandman

Book - 2007 | Paperback edition --.
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Joan, dropped on her head at birth, has never spoken, but without ever having had a lesson plays the piano like Mozart. The novel describes the impact she has on her family: her 15-year-old mother, lesbian grandmother, homosexual grandfather, and the grandfather's male lover, none other than Joan's father.
Publisher: Toronto : Harper Perennial, 2007.
Edition: Paperback edition --.
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 9780006474982
0006474985
Branch Call Number: GOW
Characteristics: 266, 15 pages

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Bartolomew
Jan 04, 2015

Absolutely one of the best novels ever written. The characters are so real you can almost touch them! Barbara wrote this with a sensitivity that is breathtaking.
Hilarious one minute, tearful the next, she mixes in every other human emotion in a naked expose of humanity that will make any one who reads it a better person.
The plot is as complex as any person ever was, even more.
Not for beginners or children, YOU MUST READ THIS NOVEL, PLEASE!!!!!!

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vanilla_skie77
Sep 24, 2014

I really tried getting into this book. I really did, but the author's writing is so bizarre and jumps all over the place I really couldn't get into it. Besides, I have a zillion other books to read. Cheers!

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