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In These Troubled Times

In These Troubled Times

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Longueur: 365 pages3 heures

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In These Troubled Times is the story of how a disparate group of friends in Washington D.C. copes after the 2016 presidential election. Resisting, raging, accepting, totally freaking out.
Liza protests at the State Department yet sleeps with a right-wing real estate hustler. The same hustler is in love with a leftie caterer who changed the name of her business to "We Don't Cater to You" after the election.
Bella won't go out with anyone who voted Republican. Yet her good friend Mandy the house-flipper proudly voted with her home state of West Virginia.
Emile, despite his outrage, says it's no surprise the country elected a racist real-estate shark.
Dinah writes a preposterous, inflammatory blog until the FBI shuts her down.
Domino tries to help immigrants, refugees and homeless people – and is rewarded with an obscene message scrawled on his car.
Like everyone else, these friends had to deal with the new reality.
They messed up royally.
Then they pulled themselves together.

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In These Troubled Times

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In These Troubled Times

Longueur: 365 pages3 heures

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In These Troubled Times is the story of how a disparate group of friends in Washington D.C. copes after the 2016 presidential election. Resisting, raging, accepting, totally freaking out.
Liza protests at the State Department yet sleeps with a right-wing real estate hustler. The same hustler is in love with a leftie caterer who changed the name of her business to "We Don't Cater to You" after the election.
Bella won't go out with anyone who voted Republican. Yet her good friend Mandy the house-flipper proudly voted with her home state of West Virginia.
Emile, despite his outrage, says it's no surprise the country elected a racist real-estate shark.
Dinah writes a preposterous, inflammatory blog until the FBI shuts her down.
Domino tries to help immigrants, refugees and homeless people – and is rewarded with an obscene message scrawled on his car.
Like everyone else, these friends had to deal with the new reality.
They messed up royally.
Then they pulled themselves together.

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