Lila Says (novel)
|Author||Chimo (a pseudonym)|
|Publisher||Charles Scribner's Sons|
Published in English
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
|LC Class||PQ2663.H527 L5513 1999|
Lila Says is a narrative of the protagonist's — Chimo, an Arab boy living in France — interactions with a catholic girl named Lila. Lila befriends Chimo and tells him very provocative and somewhat troubling incidents in her life and shares her experiences with him.
The author's real name is not revealed. The publisher's note in the book states that a manuscript was dropped off by a lawyer and they never had a chance to interact with the author. This led to some assumptions they had to make in the text that was published.
Kate Moss named her daughter Lila after this book.
Lila Says (English edition) by Chimo.
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