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Mister wonderful

Author: Daniel Clowes
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, [2011] ©2011
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Meet Marshall. Sitting alone in the local coffee place. He's been set up by his friend Tim on a blind date with someone named Natalie, and now he's just feeling set up. She's nine minutes late and counting. Who was he kidding anyway? Divorced, middle-aged, newly unemployed, with next to no prospects, Marshall isn't exactly what you'd call a catch ... Then, after nearly an hour, when he's long since given up hope,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Comic books, strips, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Clowes
ISBN: 9780307378132 0307378136
OCLC Number: 650211619
Description: 77 pages : color illustrations ; 16 x 29 cm
Responsibility: by Daniel Clowes.

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"Meet Marshall. Sitting alone in the local coffee place. He's been set up by his friend Tim on a blind date with someone named Natalie, and now he's just feeling set up. She's nine minutes late and counting. Who was he kidding anyway? Divorced, middle-aged, newly unemployed, with next to no prospects, Marshall isn't exactly what you'd call a catch ... Then, after nearly an hour, when he's long since given up hope, Natalie appears--breathless, apologizing profusely that she went to the wrong place. She takes a seat, to Marshall's utter amazement. She's too good to be true: attractive, young, intelligent, and she seems to be seriously engaged with what Marshall has to say. There has to be a catch. And, of course, there is. During the extremely long night that follows, Marshall and Natalie are emotionally tested in ways that two people who just met really should not be. Not, at least, if they want the prospect of a second date."--Publisher.

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