I Am A Truck by Michelle Winters (24/52)

When Rejean goes missing, out of the blue with no motive, Agathe is left to pick up the pieces of her life. Winters explores the idea of passivity, listening to the hidden elements of our being, and how we tell our story. I enjoyed the book, especially it’s use of French dialogue in an otherwise English book. It challenged my brain to flip between and make sense of the French. The characters are fully formed and interesting. I’ve seen this book described as funny, I don’t get that at all. Unique, definitely. Funny, not quite. Otherwise a very enjoyable read.

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