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Hey Harry, Hey Matilda

Hey Harry, Hey Matilda by Rachel Hulin
Jan 17, 2017 | 288 Pages
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“Weird, witty and clever.” —Diane Shipley, The Guardian
“Chronicles the charming, codependent fraternal twins’ attempt to make their way in the world as artists and adults… A Dangerous Liaisons­-style delicacy. Rachel Hulin’s epistolary debut features some lip-smacking secrets.” —Megan Labrise, Kirkus
“There is romance, intrigue and some really bad mistakes that the two find ways to make right… Rachel Hulin has a knack for letting things take shape.” —Liz Klinkenberg, The Providence Journal
“Will totally change the way you read books… Charming and hilarious… Believe me, there is a major twist or two in store and the end.” E. Ce Miller, Bustle
“Laugh-out-loud funny… An entertaining caper and a thought-provoking look at family, memory, and the complexities of love.” —Publishers Weekly

“Hilarious… Hulin’s razor-sharp and sardonic writing propels this page-turner to a resolution that is equal parts happy and disturbing. Fans of recent tragicomic epistolary novels like Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette and Cecilia Ahern’s Love, Rosie will find much to enjoy here.” —Booklist

“This quick read can easily be devoured in one sitting, and a surprise twist will leave readers waiting for Hulin’s next work.” —Library Journal

“[A] charming epistolary novel for the digital age… With wit and finely tuned insights into the pressures of love, family and society, the author creates vibrant characters filled with palpable longings.” Kim Hubbard, People
“Inspired by the Instagram account of the same name, photographer Rachel Hulin turned her poetic captions into a compelling story.” Star Magazine
“Haunting and touching… hilarious. Hulin makes the most of her chosen form… [Harry and Matilda’s] correspondences often include short stories, poems and diagrams, serving to break up their back-and-forth and allowing plot points to be revealed in more interesting ways.” Allison Chopin, New York Daily News

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