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Fortune Cookie Review

By Tightrope Books | November 12th, 2009 | Print This Post | Email This Post | Leave a Comment

LaToya Rogers reviews Fortune Cookie in the Feminist Review:

“This book reminded me of the feeling I got when I decided to take action and become involved in my community around the issues that mattered to me. Robin experienced this same feeling while watching the Tienanmen Square protest and the abuse taken by police on television. Fortune Cookie is a novel that brought back memories of the No. 1 song of the week, like Milli Vanilli’s “Blame it on the Rain” and the Berlin Wall coming down. Towards the end of the year you get to find out what Robin decides to do at the start of the twentieth century, which is an amazing journey of self-discovery.”

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