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Lo Fi by Liz Riggs
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Jul 09, 2024 | ISBN 9780593714577

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Advance praise for Lo Fi:

“Carefully spun, with gritty insights about the music industry and a young woman’s journey to becoming the songwriter she was always meant to be… A magical novel.”The Southern Review of Books

“This book simmers with one-line zingers that boil into a can’t-put-down stunner of a storyline that’ll have you speed reading to the last page.” Marie Claire

“Like a sultry country song itself, Lo Fi sees Hunter navigate her way through dating, heartbreak, and difficult but transformational decisions.” W Magazine

Lo Fi is a smart and sexy literary rom com that will have you flying through the pages, rooting for Al Hunter as she navigates professional mishaps, sexual escapades, new and complicated friendships.” —GenTwenty

“Riggs’ novel is vital, electric. Al is magnetic, and readers will root for her, eagerly following her triumphs and her heartaches. . . . A dynamic rock song of a novel from an exciting debut author.” Kirkus Reviews

“Music lovers will devour this.” Publishers Weekly

Lo Fi has the intimacy of a Sally Rooney novel and the raw yearning of a Lucinda Williams song. A gorgeous, accomplished novel.” —Louise Kennedy, author of Trespasses and The End of the World is a Cul de Sac

“Swoony, sexy, and melancholy. . . a tattered love letter to youth, music, and Nashville. A portrait of our ‘lo fi’ days, before we come fully into focus, before we know we are worthy of being heard. I loved it.” —Daisy Alpert Florin, author of My Last Innocent Year

“Fabulous . . . perfectly captures the angst and cringeworthy predicaments of navigating hard love and huge heartbreak in your twenties. Music nerds won’t be able to turn away, but you’ll love it even if you’ve never owned a record in your life.”  —Jessica Anya Blau, author of Mary Jane
“A backstage pass to late aughts Nashville. . . . A stunning portrait of youth and all its fun yet fraught possibilities, with characters whose chemistry’s as strong as their drinks. Liz Riggs’s prose pulses like the live music in her novel.” —Avery Carpenter Forrey, author of Social Engagement

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