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She's never seen her, but others swear they have. Apparently, her identical twin hangs out in Kensington Market, where she sometimes buys churros and drags an empty shopping cart down the streets, like she's looking for something to put in it. Jean's a grown woman with a husband and two kids, as well as a thriving bookstore in downtown Toronto, and she doesn't rattle easily—not like she used to. But after two customers insist they've seen her double, Jean decides to investigate.
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Jean's a grown woman with a husband and two kids, as well as a thriving bookstore in downtown Toronto, and she doesn't rattle easily—not like she used to. But after two customers insist they've seen her double, Jean decides to investigate. Wojen begins at the crossro of Kensington Market: a city park called Bellevue Square. Although she sees no one who looks like her, it only takes a few visits to the park for her to become obsessed with the possibility of encountering her twin in the flesh.
With the aid of a small army of locals Sexy black an Shreveport male lookin hang around in the park, she expands her surveillance, making it known she'll pay for information or sightings. A peculiar collection of drug addicts, scam artists, philanthropists, philosophers and vagrants—the regulars of Bellevue Square—are eager to contribute to Jean's investigation.
But when some of them start disappearing, she fears her alleged double has a sinister agenda. Unless Jean stops her, she and everyone she cares redhill women scam will face a fate much redhilp than death. Confusing weird story. I was happy when I finished it.
The novel has a good pace. However, if you are not into the genre of books narrated by unreliable narrator, you will not like it. Michael Redhill brilliantly uses the locales of Toronto, mostly Kensington Market and Downtown Toronto, in order to talk about a woman's descent into madness. After a first read, it is difficult to spot what is real what is imagined by Jean, the main character.
It is a turner.
This book takes the reader on a mind-numbing journey similar to The Girl on the Train. A story of a Toronto woman who is convinced that she has a doppelganger and the journey wwomen takes her through, being led sacm beleive that everything she has seen -- people, places, and things -- is a figment of her imagination due to her so-called mental illness. The novel takes readers on a surprising twist right to the end.
Well-written psychological thriller. Thought there might have been motive but didn't find one! Im terribly lost. Not sure what i just read. Toronto wmen Mental illness were of interest to me but I had to force myself to finish this book. Disted, confusing and disappointing are my assessment of this book.
A little to trippy for me. Gave up in the middle, read last 3 chpts. This was not my cup of tea. I found it confusing and boring and not interesting at all. I was very disappointed thinking it would be a good read. This book primarily takes place in the mind of the main character. It has no beginnig, no middle, and no ending. And no purpose.
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It is pretentious and confusing drivel. I found this book very choppy, a touch confusing which made it all the more interesting. I needed to finish it just to see if the ending made sense of the rest. Bellevue Square is a mind-bending, existential-anxiety-producing book. Something gets scooped out. Honestly I'm not sure what I just read, or what even happened, and rfdhill just got worse.
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I suppose that the book accomplished its intention but it was deeply confusing and disturbing. I felt like I was descending into an alternate reality, not knowing what was real and what was imagined. I had a sense of what it must be like to be psychotic. Well written and interesting. Woomen enjoyed the writing style and the premise held promise; however, Sczm was thoroughly confused as to whether the author meant the book to be about mental health, a doppelganger or whether it was sheer fantasy.
Either way, there were too many loose ends and unanswered questions. What of the main character's actions were experienced or imagined?
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What and who existed and what and who did not? Not to mention, how did she end up as a result of all that was unexplained? Very annoying and disturbing really considering she was presented as a svam mother of two boys living in a regular Canadian neighbourhood. Confusing and disted.
Probably made sense to the author, maybe A frustrating rwdhill. While I understand the choices the author made that did not satisfy me as a reader.
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Michael Redhill has but redolent flesh on the bones of my imagination and provided an exploration that resonates and lingers in the air. I'll never see churros the same way. Related With Bellevue Square.