Review excerpt for Garbo Laughs: The Guardian

“For all its movie references, Canadian Elizabeth Hay’s second novel [Garbo Laughs] is a very literary book. Its story—of family and friends, love and death—unravels slowly while its characters are lovingly fleshed out …. From start to finish, this book is perfect, and as lovely to behold as it is beautifully written.”

—The Guardian

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