Team CharMa versus Calpurnia
Real scientists versus fictional ones
And MT Anderson; oh MT Anderson; you do not disappoint.
Tho, to tell the truth, when I think of authors strolling and talking Lit'rary Talk, I don't imagine topiaries in the shape of characters from their book.
I always thought you had marble statutes with outfits that changed. Dress up the characters for seasons, holidays, special events...
Anderson is the guy who I want to ask to the Prom. Because when he says "no, I have a date I like better than you" he will do it in such an awesome way that I will walk away with head high, pride intact, feeling just as pretty, smart, etc as his Prom Date, knowing it's just he likes another girl better not that the other girl is better.
Who did he pick?
Team CharMa! And I'm so disappointed more people aren't picking up Team CharMa as a rallying cry.
One final thing I loved about Anderson's review: I'm not the only one who read Calpurnia thinking the Grandfather would die! Oops, was that a spoiler?
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