by Anne Whitehouse
Publisher: Feedbooks 2008
Number of pages: 417
Fall Love is a tragicomedy of love and friendship, an allegory of innocence and experience, and a novel of manners. It tells the intertwined stories of four twenties-something artists and professionals adrift in the bad old pre-AIDS New York of 1980.
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