Her Name Was Lola Russell Hoban : EPUB

Russell Hoban

One fine Sunday afternoon when I was out at the Savlos store, I found a book. A pretty little hardcover book with a nice cover and a dust jacket that wasn't torn. Naturally I bought it for a lovely couple of dollars and read it when I got home. I read this a month ago and I'm still not quite sure what I think of this book. It's the sort of book you're never really sure what you think of and maybe that's for the best. It has a sort of charm, this book. But I have no damn idea whether or not I like it. I think I'm okay with it.

Max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. He meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, Lola. Then he meets Lula Mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and Max carries around a dwarf for a while.

Let me start with this: I hate Max. Hate him. Hate hate hate. The way the blurb is written, it makes Lola out to be the bad one. She's not. I quite like Lola. I do not like Max though. He's a liar, a cheat and honestly? A bad person. He claims Lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with Lula Mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. The characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. It's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. Except Lola. Once. And a grudge that lasted a few years. I liked that bit. I just like Lola.

Okay now let's actually talk about Lola. Lola is the only character in this book that I like. Because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. Plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. The main one being Sad stories make good novels. She's pretty cool. And she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when Max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (Lola had just informed Max she was pregnant).

Lula Mae...well I don't really have an opinion one way or the other. She's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting Max. Which is probably for the best, Max is a jackass. She was pretty damn boring.

My basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, Lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, Max:

I love you, but you don't deserve me.

To which Max replies:

I know.

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

i know.
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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

i know.
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max is a writer who writes children's books that sell and novels that don't. he meets, and quickly falls in love with, a girl named, you guessed it, lola. then he meets lula mae and then there's cheating and scandal and everyone loses their memory and max carries around a dwarf for a while.

let me start with this: i hate max. hate him. hate hate hate. the way the blurb is written, it makes lola out to be the bad one. she's not. i quite like lola. i do not like max though. he's a liar, a cheat and honestly? a bad person. he claims lola is his destiny woman, then jumps in the sack with lula mae, knocking both of them up and not thinking anything of it. the characters in this novel have a disturbing lack of emotion. it's like no one knows how to be upset or angry or anything. except lola. once. and a grudge that lasted a few years. i liked that bit. i just like lola.

okay now let's actually talk about lola. lola is the only character in this book that i like. because she's somehow more real than the others, and gives less of a disturbing feeling of trance than the others do. plus she says some of my favourite quotes from the book. the main one being sad stories make good novels. she's pretty cool. and she has the only emotional reaction to anything anyone has in the book, not when max informs her he slept with another woman, but only when he admits that she is also pregnant (lola had just informed max she was pregnant).

lula mae...well i don't really have an opinion one way or the other. she's not a good person and she promptly runs off to another country after becoming pregnant, marries someone else and stops contacting max. which is probably for the best, max is a jackass. she was pretty damn boring.

my basic feelings towards this novel can best be described by one of the characters, lola herself, who at the very end of the novel says this to her now husband, max:

i love you, but you don't deserve me.

to which max replies:

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