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In her ruefully funny and wickedly perceptive debut novel Alison Espach deftly dissects matters of the heart and captures the lives of children and adults as they come to terms with life death and love At the center of this affluent suburban universe is Emily Vidal a smart and snarky teenager who gets involved in a suspect relationship with one of the adults after witnessing a suicide in her neighborhood  Among the cast of unforgettable characters is Emily’s father whose fiftieth birthday party has the adults descending upon the Vidal’s patio her mother who has orchestrated the elaborate party even though she and her husband are getting a divorce and an assortment of eccentric neighbors high school teachers and teenagers who teem with anxiety and sexuality and an unbridled desire to be noticed and ultimately loved An irresistible chronicle of a modern young woman’s struggle to grow up The Adults lays bare—in perfect pitch—a world where an adult and a child can so dangerously be mistaken for the same exact thing


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    by Alison Espach was such a nice read for me Now that I’ve finished it and I’m thinking about it I realize how good it is I’ve seen a lot of negative reviews for this book and I can understand why some people wouldn’t like this The writing takes getting used to it I personally thought it was beautiful created a special shelf just because of this book but it is unusual and it took me first 20% to get into the book For example Emily is in the middle of a birthday party then she starts describing something completely unrelated eg trees I got lost a few times amidst her thoughts Let me tell you don’t start this while you’re tired This is the kind of book you need to be fully present for However pretty soon I was caught up in it Espach’s writing just captured me and it’s the main reason why this stands out to me “Children’s lives are always beginning and adults’ lives are always ending Or is it the opposite? Your childhood is always ending and your adult self is always beginning” Basically it’s a coming of age type of story And generally I’m not a big fan of those I usually find them pretentious trying too hard to prove a point and teach us something BUT I loved this book I loved how Espach captured the teenage spirit confusion of growing up being caught up in the adult world while you’re still not quite ready for it Moreover the humor – it’s funny while not trying to be I’d read a serious scene then catch myself laughing That’s Emily our narrator – ironic and witty The novel begins when Emily is 14 then we see her at 18 22 and finally 26 And with all those ages we see the differences in her To me is an example of the perfect first person narrative The way Espach portrayed Emily’s essence is superb All the while we’re observing the world through Emily’s eyes Things might be this way or that but that is how Emily sees them and that is how we see them too “There is nothing better than this” he said and I worried he was right I worried that once something had entered you it would never leave—he would plant himself inside me and grow and grow until I was nothing but him” Obsessive teacher student relationship is a big part of the novel Relationship between Emily and Mr Basketball aka Jonathan begins when she’s 15 and throughout the years they seek each other Surprisingly I didn’t root for them I really can’t talk much about it without spoiling but I’ll just say I loved how it was described – the obsession the need the destructive love It might have been wrong it might have been right – regardless it shaped Emily in a certain way as all relationships do And to me this book is primarily about that – human relationships and bonds we share with others For example at the beginning I was bothered by Emily’s relationship with her mother she seemed so detached and cold but in the end it all fit into its place Overall is a unique and witty story I’d wholeheartedly recommend and I’ll definitely be on the lookout for Alison Espach’s next book