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An Unnecessary Woman by Rabih Alameddine

This book had a good writing style and interesting main character but it was a little frustrating to read. I thought I would be reading a book about a woman’s life and her home city Beirut. When that was the focus of the book, I really enjoyed it. But too often the book veered off into rants or musings on various topics. You could see how great the book could have been, especially at the end.

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