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Angel Riots Paperback – Mar 11 2008

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About the Author

Ibi Kaslik is a novelist and freelance writer who writes for North American magazines and newspapers. She lives in Toronto.

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Original & engaging. July 28 2008
By groovymamma - Published on
Format: Paperback
Set in the music world in Montreal, The Angel Riots is an interesting debut novel from a talented artist. The book switches protagonists between Jim, a girl from the prairies who comes to Montreal to forget about her lost twin brother . Rize is a musician with the "Angel Riots" and his story follows his spiral into the typical music funnel of drugs, alcohol and depravity but his character is redeemed by his insecurity and humanity.
The language is clean and thoughtful, the situations the characters find them in less so but always fascinating.