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The characters were good. The stories were good. All that word tasting was not.Published 26 days ago by Biddy Mulligan
Read for school. It was a good novel. I got a little lost in it because the main character tastes words. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jennifer king
I like novels about the South. I like coming-of-age stories. Why didn't I like this novel? It had moments of very good writing. But.... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Connecticut bookworm
The way the book is written is very scattered, but it makes me feel as if I'm piecing the character's life together with the character. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading Book of Salt, I knew I must read her other books. Her quiet, disarming style is felt deep.Published 10 months ago by carrie finger
The reveals come at the middle and end of the book and makes you re-examine what you had read prior leading to a better understanding of the characters.Published 13 months ago by Thuc D. Phan
So I’ve recently finished reading this book, and while I’ve attempted to read other books (I have this irrepressible need to keep reading, you know what I mean? Read morePublished 16 months ago by Shar Z
I just finished reading "Bitter in the Mouth" and enjoyed it very much. I like the unusual and quirky, which this book certainly is, and the writing is beautiful. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carol