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LandlineSomehow, a magic phone that lets self-absorbed TV writer Georgie McCool call her husband 15 years in the past is not the most unbelievable thing in Rowell...LandlineFictionSomehow, a magic phone that lets self-absorbed TV writer Georgie McCool call her husband 15 years in the past is not the most unbelievable thing in Rowell...2014-07-11St. Martin's Press
LANDLINE Rainbow Rowell

LANDLINE Rainbow Rowell

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Landline

Genre: Fiction; Author: Rainbow Rowell; Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Somehow, a magic phone that lets self-absorbed TV writer Georgie McCool call her husband 15 years in the past is not the most unbelievable thing in Rowell’s novel. No, that honor belongs to the couple’s problematic romance. Despite asserting that they never want to be apart, they can’t make life together work. And no wonder: They’re such unlikable characters! Fangirls, you may want to let this one go to voicemail. B-

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