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Old 09-06-2008, 10:21 PM   #1
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Casey, Phillip: The Fabulists, v1 6 Sep 2008

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The Fabulists is a love story set in contemporary Dublin. After a brief encounter on the Ha'Penny Bridge over the Liffey, Tess and Mungo contrive to make their paths cross again. "Two spoofers," Tess thinks to herself. "It might even be fun." The relationship that develops extends the horizon of their lives on the dole, struggling with children and marriage, filled with sexual longing, and hungry for purpose.

As life and fantasy interweave between Dublin, Wexford, Barcelona and Berlin, Tess and Mungo consummate their love through tales which are erotic, exotic and often guilt-ridden, confronting truths about themselves, and restoring the fabric of a torn past.

This novel about love and parenthood, desire and frailty, describes ordinary lives and emotions in an extraordinary way.

The Fabulists is a novel about an adult relationship. Consequently it contains language and scenes of an adult nature and is NOT SUITABLE FOR MINORS. Thank you.

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