Twenty Questions

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
June's close connection to a murder becomes an obsession that leads her into an intimate and increasingly deceptive relationship with the dead woman's child and brother, forcing her to confront her own marriage and past. Twenty Questions is a compelling story of violence, morality, and above all, the human being's unending desire for reinvention. Oregon Book Award winner for best novel.

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Words: 71,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465722768
About Alison Clement

Alison Clement’s first book, Pretty is As Pretty Does (MacAdam Cage, 2001), was a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and a Book Sense choice. Her second, Twenty Questions (Washington Square Press, 2006), won the Oregon Book Award for Best Novel. Her work has appeared in The Alaska Quarterly Review, The Sun Magazine, and High Country News. Raised in South Carolina and Georgia, she now lives with her family in western Oregon.

Reviews

Review by: Joan Gross on Aug. 31, 2011 :
This is a great book! It sucks you in from the first page when the murder is
announced and keeps you guessing the whole way through. Clement has a knack
for representing the detail of everyday lives of working class Americans,
from the innocent comments of children to the painful and confusing feelings
of dissolving relationships. She masterfully creates dialogue and situations
that ring true while the story twists around leading the reader to project
various endings before delivering the goods. You won't be able to put it
down.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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