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The Girl Who Was Saturday Night

The Girl Who Was Saturday Night

Author(s): Heather O'Neill

Location(s): Montreal

Genre(s): Fiction

Era(s): Modern



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At birth, Nouschka forms a bond with her twin that can never be broken.
At six, she’s the child star daughter of Quebec’s most famous musician.
At sixteen, she’s a high-school dropout kicking up with her beloved brother.
At nineteen, she’s the Beauty Queen of Boulevard Saint-Laurent.
At twenty, she’s back in night school. And falling for an ex-convict.

And it’s all being filmed by a documentary crew.

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A superb quality of writing, a fairy tale almost. No real positive men, but strength of the females is choice. It is strangely compelling and a really rather unique storyline. The setting of Quebec...

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