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Who created it? Williams, Ian, 1979- author.
What's it called? Reproduction / Ian Williams.
Who published it? New York, N.Y. : Europa Editions, [2020]
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Location Call No. Status
 DOWNTOWN Commons New Fiction  Williams, I  DUE 12-14-20
What's it like? 566 pages ; 21 cm
Helpful notes! First published in 2019 by Penguin Random House Canada.
Extra info! Includes bibliographical references and discography.
What's it about? "Felicia, a nineteen-year-old student from a Caribbean family, and Edgar, the lazy-minded and impetuous heir of a wealthy German family, meet by chance when their ailing mothers are assigned the same hospital room. After the death of Felicia's mother and the recovery of Edgar's, Felicia drops out of high school and takes a job as caregiver to Edgar's mother. The odd-couple relationship between Edgar and Felicia, ripe with miscommunications, misundertandings, and reprisals for perceived and real offenses, has some unexpected results. Years later, Felicia's son Armistice--'Army' for short is a teenager fixated on a variety of get-rich-quick schemes that are as comic as they are indicative of the immigrant son's fear of falling through the cracks. When Edgar re-enters Felicia's life at a typically (for him) inopportune moment, the book's exhilarating final act is set in motion and the full import of its title is revealed."--Provided by publisher.
Helpful subjects! Single-parent families -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
High school dropouts -- Fiction.
Women caregivers -- Fiction.
Single mothers -- Fiction.
Families -- Fiction.
Toronto (Ont.) -- Fiction.
Special numbers! 9781609455750 (paperback)
1609455754 (paperback)
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