Book Review: Fling! by Lily Iona MacKenzie

Thanks to Trisha for this lovely review of FLING!

Slay the Writer

A wildly comic romp on mothers, daughters, art, and travel…

Fling_Frontcover_Low_4-13-15 copyWhen ninety-year-old Bubbles receives a letter from Mexico City asking her to pick up her mother’s ashes, lost there seventy years earlier and only now surfacing, she hatches a plan. A woman with a mission, Bubbles convinces her hippie daughter Feather to accompany her on thequest. Both women have recently shed husbands and have a secondary agenda: they’d like a little action. And they get it.

Alternating narratives weave together Feather and Bubbles’ odyssey. The two women travel south from Canada to Mexico where Bubbles’ long-dead mother, grandmother, and grandfather turn up, enlivening the narrative with their hilarious antics.

Amazon Buy Link:Fling! by Lily Iona MacKenzie

My Review:

When I first read the description of Fling! by Lily Iona MacKenzie, I was eager to start reading. I’m a sucker for complicated mother-daughter relationships and, at its heart, this is…

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