Only 100 pages to go in “Frog Music.” Fans of Emma Donoghue’s, like me, have been waiting for her next novel after speeding through her debut bestseller “Room.”
Donoghue sets her newest against the backdrop of the Gold Rush in San Francisco, the summer of 1876. At the center of the action is Blanche Beunon, a French dance hall girl who befriends Jenny Bonnet, a gun-toting, boyish gal who’s shot dead on the first pages of the novel.
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