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The sadness

Author: Benjamin Rybeck
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : The Unnamed Press, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Broke and homeless at 30, Kelly Enright flees Arizona. Returning to her hometown of Portland, ME, her only plan is to track down her estranged but well-off father. But her twin brother, Max, is living in their deceased mother's home, and if anyone's more screwed up than Kelly, it's disheveled, misanthropic Max. Max has just one obsession: film. In particular, his own unfinished project from a decade earlier, which  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction)
Noir fiction
Fiction
Suspense fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Rybeck
ISBN: 9781939419705 1939419700
OCLC Number: 920018320
Description: 256 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Benjamin Rybeck.

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"Broke and homeless at 30, Kelly Enright flees Arizona. Returning to her hometown of Portland, ME, her only plan is to track down her estranged but well-off father. But her twin brother, Max, is living in their deceased mother's home, and if anyone's more screwed up than Kelly, it's disheveled, misanthropic Max. Max has just one obsession: film. In particular, his own unfinished project from a decade earlier, which he believes is a masterpiece in the making. He dreams of completing it, but there's a major problem: Evelyn, his actress and muse, has recently disappeared. "--Publisher website.
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"The Sadness is a moody, fascinating novel about fame, disappointment, and the burdens of family. Benjamin Rybeck writes with equal authority about film and sibling relationships and romantic Read more...

 
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