These Girls by Sarah Pekkanen

where can I buy this?

Emilia Lives Life

I wish that I loved deep intellectual books about people who lived lives that were worlds away from mine.  Perhaps the classics, in addition to classical literature, would line my shelves in vintage/used editions bought from country flea markets and the Strand.  Unfortunately, it’s never going to happen.  I’m never going to be browsing the aisles of Barnes and Nobles and say ‘Hey!  This biography on an old, dead general from the civil war sounds great!  It’s nearly a thousand pages so you know the author must really have a brilliant grip on his subject.’  Excuse me but I’ve already fell asleep.

No, I prefer books about young women living in big cities (New York or London, take your pick) and working in interesting jobs.  Usually journalism, go figure.  They’re usually struggling with some kind of issue that those deep intellectuals who enjoy brooding, smoking self-rolled cigarettes and taking over…

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