From Publishers Weekly
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All the tributes posted on the back of this book must have been paid! Book was not funny, very confusing. It goes straight to Goodwill.Published 7 days ago by Jeannie Fredrickson
My best read of 2015! I checked out the reviews first before I read it, this helped me understand the quirky structure of the story. Kate Atkinson knows how to write. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Diane Challenor
I was not too engaged at first, but this novel grew on me as I advanced, and it left me with a strong, rich experience, in spite of the artificiality of some of its elements... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Paul John Davies
Not as clear as her big novel, Life After Life. Atkinson's use of memory and time are often at odds with each other.Published 24 days ago by Andrea Vespoint
Ruby Lennox first speaks to us at the moment of her conception, and from then on, she is a funny, irreverent and heartbreaking narrator. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robin F. Glossner
Ruby Lennox narrates her life over the course of decades in England. Time flips back and forth, with some events unexplained or foreshadowed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle Boytim
A Yorkshire family saga narrated by Ruby Lennox. She begins the story of her own life in 1951 with her “experiences” in the womb of her unloving mother, who is unsuitably... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ralph Blumenau