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E.E. Charlton-Trujillo

PENELOPE BASS
7:30 pm., Thursday July 18 | Free.
Powell's City of Books
1005 W Burnside St.
 
You can tell from the offset that the titular character of E.E. Charlton-Trujillo’s new novel, Fat Angie, has it rough. Her war-hero sister was captured in Iraq, her mother ignores her, she is tormented at school, and her recent suicide attempt was a failure. All she has left to find comfort in is a mountain of junk food, until the arrival of a mysterious girl. A read best enjoyed by those who like their comedy well-blackened.

Where: Powell's City of Books
Phone: 800-878-7323
Address: 1005 W Burnside St.
Website: www.powells.com

 
 

Powell's City of Books

1005 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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