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Bright, Precious Days: A novel

McInerney, Jay

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ISBN 10: 1101948000 / ISBN 13: 9781101948002
Editorial: Knopf, 2016
Usado Condición: Used: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Paperback Advanced Reading Copy. Paperback Plain cover pre-release first-edition. Artwork black and white, some artwork and images might be missing. Copy not final and there may be typos. N° de ref. de la librería 060679

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Título: Bright, Precious Days: A novel

Editorial: Knopf

Año de publicación: 2016

Encuadernación: Softcover

Condición del libro:Used: Very Good

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In this powerful portrait of a marriage and a city in the shadow of the looming subprime mortgage crisis, McInerney observes the passage of life s seasons with aching and indelible clarity. Keir Graff, "Booklist""

Without any judgement but with the understanding and empathy of a brightly illuminating cultural inspector, Jay McInerney delivers encounters and relationships, at times hilarious and exhilarating or excruciating between and among those individuals who are compelled to live nowhere else but on that tiny sliver of granite Manhattan. Non-residents worldwide will enjoy the fates of these metropolitan dancers who wriggle, pop, squirm and sizzle under the searing red ray of McInerney's magnifying glass. Dan Aykroyd
In this powerful portrait of a marriage and a city in the shadow of the looming subprime mortgage crisis, McInerney observes the passage of life s seasons with aching and indelible clarity. Keir Graff, "Booklist""

Our modern-day Fitzgerald. Anderson Tepper, "Vanity Fair"
Without any judgement but with the understanding and empathy of a brightly illuminating cultural inspector, Jay McInerney delivers encounters and relationships, at times hilarious and exhilarating or excruciating between and among those individuals who are compelled to live nowhere else but on that tiny sliver of granite Manhattan. Non-residents worldwide will enjoy the fates of these metropolitan dancers who wriggle, pop, squirm and sizzle under the searing red ray of McInerney's magnifying glass. Dan Aykroyd
In this powerful portrait of a marriage and a city in the shadow of the looming subprime mortgage crisis, McInerney observes the passage of life s seasons with aching and indelible clarity. Keir Graff, "Booklist""

Our modern-day Fitzgerald. Anderson Tepper, Vanity Fair
Without any judgement but with the understanding and empathy of a brightly illuminating cultural inspector, Jay McInerney delivers encounters and relationships, at times hilarious and exhilarating or excruciating between and among those individuals who are compelled to live nowhere else but on that tiny sliver of granite Manhattan. Non-residents worldwide will enjoy the fates of these metropolitan dancers who wriggle, pop, squirm and sizzle under the searing red ray of McInerney's magnifying glass. Dan Aykroyd
In this powerful portrait of a marriage and a city in the shadow of the looming subprime mortgage crisis, McInerney observes the passage of life s seasons with aching and indelible clarity. Keir Graff, Booklist"

"Our modern-day Fitzgerald." --Anderson Tepper, Vanity Fair

"Without any judgement but with the understanding and empathy of a brightly illuminating cultural inspector, Jay McInerney delivers encounters and relationships, at times hilarious and exhilarating or excruciating between and among those individuals who are compelled to live nowhere else but on that tiny sliver of granite--Manhattan. Non-residents worldwide will enjoy the fates of these metropolitan dancers who wriggle, pop, squirm and sizzle under the searing red ray of McInerney's magnifying glass." --Dan Aykroyd

"In this powerful portrait of a marriage and a city in the shadow of the looming subprime mortgage crisis, McInerney observes the passage of life's seasons with aching and indelible clarity." --Keir Graff, Booklist

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