The EXES by Pagan Kennedy

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Four ex-lovers/current bandmates jam together amidst today's cutting-edge music scene, in this fresh, funky novel of love lost and fame gained by the celebrated author of "Spinsters".

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Pagan Kennedy is the author of the acclaimed novel "Spinsters, " which was short-listed for Britain's Orange Prize for fiction, as well as "Stripping and Other Stories, Pagan Kennedy's Living, Platforms: A Microwaved Cultural Chronicle of the 1970s, " and "'Zine." A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, she lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Published January 1, 1998 by Simon & Schuster. 196 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The fights, friendships, loves and breakups of a modestly up-and-coming Boston band, The Exes (so named because they are all ex-boyfriends and -girlfriends), come to light from the perspective of each band member in Kennedy's hilarious, smart second novel (after Spin-sters).

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