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  • The Other Typist
  • Suzanne Rindell
  • English
  • 22 January 2020
  • 9780425268421

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Suzanne Rindell ☆ 1 READ READ Ù The Other Typist E uickly falls under the stylish couettish Odalie’s spell she is lured into a sparkling underworld of speakeasies and jazz And what starts as simple fascination turns into an obsession from which she may never recov. This was an excellent debut and the author will no doubt go on to write some great stuff I see this as a movieHowever There were some elements no spoilers that just weren t uite believable And I have some historical uibbles No one will care but me I m just satisfying my urge to nitpick1 The protagonist claims a typing speed of 160 wpm The world speed record was 147 wpm in 1923 I type 92 wpm on a modern computer keyboard but I learned on a 1920s era Underwood which is why I checked This took me about one minute to research I d chalk it up to an unreliable narrator except that such a fuss was made about using a stopwatch for a speed test and how she did the work of two people2 The fox trot is unjustly accused of becoming unfashionable On the contrary the vast majority of recorded dance music sold from the end of WWI through the 1940s was for the fox trot It has never completely faded away to the present day and in 1924 it would have been the fast dance I love it it s fun easy to learn easy for a man to teach to even a klutzy novice partner and a number only lasts about 3 minutes so it doesn t reuire much social investment But anyway3 I don t buy the concept of a visibly pregnant woman being allowed to go to work in that context in 1924 It wasn t necessary to the story either4 Where did Odalie learn to type My grandmother learned in business school in the 30sOne day I ll write a historical novel It will be accurate and nobody will read it Defect falls under the stylish couettish Odalie’s spell she is lured into a sparkling underworld of speakeasies and jazz And what starts as simple Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice fascination turns into an obsession Apprendre à programmer avec Python 3 (Noire) (French Edition) from which she may never recov. This was an excellent debut and the author will no doubt go on to write some great stuff I see this as a movieHowever There were some elements no spoilers that just weren t uite believable And I have some historical uibbles No one will care but me I m just satisfying my urge to nitpick1 The protagonist claims a typing speed of 160 wpm The world speed record was 147 wpm in 1923 I type 92 wpm on a modern computer keyboard but I learned on a 1920s era Underwood which is why I checked This took me about one minute to research I d chalk it up to an unreliable narrator except that such a Witch at Heart: The Jinx Hamilton Series - Book 1 fuss was made about using a stopwatch Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy: The Ultimate Reference for Comic Book Artists for a speed test and how she did the work of two people2 The United Methodist Hymnal Dark Red fox trot is unjustly accused of becoming unfashionable On the contrary the vast majority of recorded dance music sold Tokyo Ghoul - Tome 05 (Tokyo Ghoul, 5) from the end of WWI through the 1940s was The Body Bears the Burden: Trauma, Dissociation, and Disease for the Playing for Keeps: Michael Jordan and the World He Made fox trot It has never completely The Forbidden Groom: Texas Titan Romances (Texas Titan Football Collection) faded away to the present day and in 1924 it would have been the The Lives of the Artists (Oxford World's Classics) fast dance I love it it s A Level Chemistry a for OCR Student Bookstudent Book fun easy to learn easy The Curiosities for a man to teach to even a klutzy novice partner and a number only lasts about 3 minutes so it doesn t reuire much social investment But anyway3 I don t buy the concept of a visibly pregnant woman being allowed to go to work in that context in 1924 It wasn t necessary to the story either4 Where did Odalie learn to type My grandmother learned in business school in the 30sOne day I ll write a historical novel It will be accurate and nobody will read it

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Suzanne Rindell ☆ 1 READ READ Ù The Other Typist Before her she seals their fate But while she may hear about shootings knifings and crimes of passion as soon as she leaves the room she reverts to a dignified and proper lady Until Odalie joins the typing poolAs Ros. long drawn out sigh Wood Pallet Projects: Cool and Easy-to-Make Projects for the Home and Garden (Fox Chapel Publishing) Learn How to Upcycle Pallets to Make One-of-a-Kind Furniture & Accessories, from Boxes to a Ukulele fate But while she may hear about shootings knifings and crimes of passion as soon as she leaves the room she reverts to a dignified and proper lady Until Odalie joins the typing poolAs Ros. long drawn out sigh

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Suzanne Rindell ☆ 1 READ READ Ù The Other Typist Confessions are Rose Baker’s job A typist for the New York City Police Department she sits in judgment like a high priestess Criminals come before her to admit their transgressions and with a few strokes of the keys. 35 starsWell I feel like I need a cigarette and a martini What to say about this book It s such a mind fuck that it s hard to piece together and I m not certain that the story or the ending actually makes sense Set in the mid 1920s in New York during the Prohibition the novel follows Rose the narrator who becomes obsessed perhaps sexually with another typist at work the beautiful charming alluring mysterious Odalie Rose and Odalie are typists at a New York police station They take down confessions and transcribe various notes As Rose and Odalie grow closer Rose realizes that Odalie is involved is some unsavory activities having to do with bootlegging She also realizes she has no idea which of Odalie s stories about her past is true or if any of them are Who is Odalie Where does she get her money Where does she come from A summer outing to a Gatsby like mansion outside of the city pushes Rose and Odalie into a jarring meeting with someone from the past This was such an odd book well written but overstyled and too heavy on the exposition and internal monologue There s also a LOT of foreshadowing and I mean a lot It s not subtle It sort of hits you over the head a few times Rindell uses phrases such as Had I known then what I know now Oh how little I really knew You may think me naive but and so on ad nauseum We realize early on that Rose is a naive narrator and again this particular construct is not in the least bit subtle We don t discover that we ve been duped we anticipate being duped We also know that something bad will happen at the end and the whole book is filled with tension leading up to this climax Except the climax is not a great surprise and the ending while weirdly delicious isn t really believable For a twist to have an a ha moment of total clarity I think we need to be able to trace the story and see the clues along the way so that the conclusion makes sense you know how at the end of The Sixth Sense you re like holy crap he s dead he s totally dead of course he is Well this isn t like that Maybe the ambiguity is the point but I found it strangely jarring yet not completely satisfying But hell at least it made me think Cracking the LSAT Premium with 3 Real Practice Tests, 27th Edition: The All-in-One Solution for Your Highest Possible Score (Graduate School Test Preparation) for the New York City Police Department she sits in judgment like a high priestess Criminals come before her to admit their transgressions and with a Defect few strokes of the keys. 35 starsWell I Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice feel like I need a cigarette and a martini What to say about this book It s such a mind Apprendre à programmer avec Python 3 (Noire) (French Edition) fuck that it s hard to piece together and I m not certain that the story or the ending actually makes sense Set in the mid 1920s in New York during the Prohibition the novel Witch at Heart: The Jinx Hamilton Series - 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