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Review of The Waitress Was New, from The Midwest Book Review

Losing one’s livlihood is never easy. The Waitress Was New follows Pierre as the cafe that employed him as a bartender for most of his life suddenly closes. Over the next three days he must acclimate himself to the shock and figure out what to do. A deft examination of the human psyche, excellently translated from the original French by Jordan Stump, The Waitress Was New is a great pick for any seeking foreign fiction.

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