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Praise for The Last Romantics

“It is the strength and fragility of the siblings’ bond, the evolving nature of love that is at the core of Conklin’s novel....Gracefully rendered, The Last Romantics focuses on the familiar theme of family with great originality.” — Washington Post 

"The Last Romantics is moving and utterly engrossing, a juicy tale of the heart that never insults its reader’s intelligence." — USA Today

“Tara Conklin is a generous writer who deftly brings us into the world of this fictional family, an engrossing and vivid place where I was happy to stay. The Last Romantics is a richly observed novel, both ambitious and welcoming." 

Meg Wolitzer, New York Times bestselling author of The Female Persuasion

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Mister hit Josephine with the palm of his hand across her left cheek and it was then she knew she would run.
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Your grandfather says to you, shortly before he dies: I never felt at home. You wonder if perhaps your dislocation is genetic.