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When Isabel stepped forward, Ellen waved her aside. Then she went and stood
in the window with her back to the room. They waited. Mi set her glass on the
games table beside her and blew her nose. After this, she took a long pull on the
"Let's go home. Okay?" "Yes." "It's good to see you." "Yes." Oddly, they did not
kiss. They did not even touch. Mi shook Ellen's hand and waved at Isabel, who
waved back. Nothing more was said. They left. At Crescent Road, Mi did not
the look of an arrow in flight. As it passed the parade ground, Wilson did a victory
roll and suddenly everyone in the bleachers cheered. Hats were thrown in the air.
Men and women shouted and waved and sang. Matthew — spent — sat down.
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Timothy Findley blew me away with his skill of story telling when I read The Last of the Crazy People last year. He did not disappoint me with this one. The story starts out in our time period as a ... Consulter l'avis complet
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