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Beautiful book the most beautiful and best book I have read in years. I can't say enough about itPublished 3 months ago by Mary F.
This was okay. The author has an incredible command of language--especially making use of rare words--however, there was very minimal plot development. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Les
Very slow! Well written but could not relate to lead character at sllPublished 13 months ago by Venice Mom
I read half and quit, as did most of the ladies in my book club. We all felt it was difficult to read due to the lack of stimulating plot, parentheses, and character development. Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Lowenstein
I can't put it down. It's one of the most interesting books I have read in a long time. It was recommended by members of another book club. I'm glad I chose it to read.Published 15 months ago by DeePhilly
Morgan creates terrific word pictures with her language. The story is disturbing, as it deals with the clash between aspirations and real life.Published 17 months ago by ms
While the prose in this book was, for lack of a better word, stunningly beautiful, the plot line itself was painfully slow and dull, with no real climax or denouement. Read morePublished 22 months ago by katie
This small novel is one of my favorites. I read it and ordered copies for my daughter and sisters. It is nothing earth shattering
so far as a story goes but is as well written... Read more