[I received a copy of this book from its publisher Random House of Canada. This does not affect my opinion of the novel.]
This is going to be a special post! I’m so thankful to have the opportunity to share some questions answered by Molly with you (thank you, Random House Canada!), so keep reading to find the Q&A section at the end of my review (spoiler: I loved the book!). 😉
Once I read Molly Peacock’s dedication — “To all those who imagine alternative lives” — I knew that I would enjoy her new book Alphabetique: 26 Characteristic Fictions.
Presented as 26 short stories, Peacock imagines the lives of each letter in the alphabet as if they were all alive. From “C, the Softie” to “E’s Encyclopedia of Emotions” and “R and her Great Egret,” these individual letters, under Peacock’s wing, have the capacity to feel real, actualized emotions and live full…
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