A comical look at a day in the life of an eccentric neighborhood. Secrets are revealed during a violent storm.
Set within an outdoors antiques mall. The book was easy to read, yet I didn't enjoy the writing style.
This is a strange, but entertaining book. It was quite funny and very strangely written with different P.O.V.s all over the place. I don't know that I would read another book by this author though everything was well-written. The characters were certainly ridiculous, but I don't know how well it ended - some storylines weren't wrapped up enough. It just didn't seem complete somehow... something was missing.
A far too long "quirky" writing experiement gone painfully awry. I detested this book. Some of the characters are somewhat engaging but not enough to save this tedious tome.
Odd, quirky little novel set one a single day in a small community of antique dealers. Old secrets and lies, as well as previously undeclared love make apearances, characters have to decide whether to continue embracing the past or moving into the future, lives begin, lives end, and a mad, sad, lonely observer writes it all down "for the record".
A bunch of not very interesting, goofy people