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Cleaning Nabokov's House Includes Reading Group Guide (Paperback)

Author:  Leslie Daniels
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 143919503X
ISBN-13: 9781439195031
Sku: 223092243
Publish Date: 3/13/2012
Pages:  352
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When Barb Barrett walks out on her loveless marriage, she doesn't realize she will lose everything: her home, her financial security, even her beloved children. Approaching forty with her life in shambles and no family or friends to turn to, Barb must now discover what it means to rely on herself in a stark new emotional landscape.

With only a questionable business plan in hand, Barb is determined to reinvent herself. She moves into a house once occupied by the literary genius Vladimir Nabokov, author of the notorious Lolita. She discovers what could be Nabokov's last unpublished manuscript and from there begins a personal journey that is deliciously romantic, darkly comic, and wise.

Written in elegant prose and illuminated by sharp humor and wit, Cleaning Nabokov's House offers a new vision of modern love and a reminder that it is never too late to find loyalty to our truest selves.After her marriage fails and she loses her home and custody of her children, Barb Barrett moves into Vladimir Nabokov's old house, discovering what could be his last unpublished manuscript and embarking on a journey toward redemption.


"Despite the curiosities of the grief-to-gumption plot, Daniels's writing is slick and her characters richly detailed, and even when it dips into sheer goofiness, it's still a pleasure to read." 12/13/2010

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