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Although the characters are off-kilter enough to be interesting and compelling enough to be sympathetic, there is, alas, lots of filler in the form of some of the minor characters, like the pedophilic teacher who brings Mary back to town.Jan 17 2012 | Read Full Review of Wayward Saints
Jean hasnât seen her daughter in years, and the two remain wrapped in their own lives until an English teacher (who has idolized Mary) contacts Jean with an invitation for Mary to perform at her old high school.Oct 24 2011 | Read Full Review of Wayward Saints
Wayward Saints, written by musician and singer Suzzy Roche, is a solid, if unusual, debut novel.Jan 22 2012 | Read Full Review of Wayward Saints
She’s not making music anymore, but is lured out of retirement — and given a chance to reconnect with her estranged family — by an offer to present a solo concert at her old high school in the (fictional) small town of Swallow, N.Y.Jan 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Wayward Saints
Wayward Saints is the best and most surprising debut novel I've read since I can't remember when."
--Rosellen Brown, author of Half a Heart and Before and After "If you've ever had the privilege of hearing Suzzy Roche sing, you know all about her perfect pitch...
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