Review: A Friend of the Earth

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A Friend of the Earth
by: TC Boyle

I’m a real PG or PG13 reader and sometimes it’s hard for me to buy books on the mainstream market from authors I’m unfamiliar with because then I don’t know what I’m going to get when reading the book.  I like a good story, but I don’t want to read about sex, sexual situations, or find myself reading some gory details about a murder or rape.  As a result, I tend to buy books that have been suggested to me by those I trust or from authors I have read before.  And this doesn’t mean I don’t read books with some sexual situations, it just means that I don’t want the whole storyline to be about those situations; if it’s relevent to the plot I’m okay with it.  That being said, A Friend of the Earth by TC Boyle was a book…

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