Friday, June 26, 2009


A darkly comic novel about personal triage in the face of life's odds-the odds of genetics, of finding and keeping love, and of rescue and survival. Anna Riggs Duffy and her husband, George, live in New Orleans with their two very different identical twins. One day there is a tragic accident, and Anna can save only one of the boys. In their grief, George turns to another woman while Anna turns to the slot machines in the waterfront casinos. How will she win George back, and does she really want to, anyway? In Odds, Patty Friedmann explores the darker sides of humor, love, and family.
Patty Friedmann is the author of three previous books, including the novel Eleanor Rushing. She lives in New Orleans.
What Nichol Thinks
Hard to focus on. It took me forever to finish this book. it just wasn't interesting.

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