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They Won’t Demolish Me! by Roch Carrier: A hilarious read about a boarding house in Montreal. Written by the same author of the historic and iconic, The Hockey Sweater, the only thing I could think of while reading this book was how great of a small-stage adaption it would make. The characters are still vividly in my mind, and I continue to laugh about the ongoing escapades. The language of the book is certainly illustrative of the period it was written in / about. A short but entertaining read.

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