Amaryllis Night And Day, Russell Hoban, ISBN 0747553815
The second Hoban I've read and I felt it a better read than the already engaging Angelica's Grotto (or does time destroy quality?) The story concerns love, names, memory, interconnections, the past, symbols and buses, among other things; the language is competent and playful. I don't really have much to say about it; I enjoyed it, go read it if you want to find out more, I doubt you'll consider the time wasted.
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