The Madwoman and the Roomba

In The Madwoman and he Roomba, Sandra Tsing Loh chronicles her 55th year of life with let-it-all-hang-out charm.

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In The Madwoman and the Roomba, Sandra Tsing Loh chronicles her 55th year, which feels “like living a disorganized twenty-five-year-old’s life in a malfunctioning eighty-five-year-old’s body.” As with her previous books The Madwoman in the Volvo and Mother on Fire, Loh finds comedy in the indignities and absurdities of contemporary life. These books make up…

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