“...[Houston] has...concocted a tale so vivid, intricate, and intimate that it puts high-def TV to shame...” (Natasha Clark - Elle Magazine)
Pam Houston is an incredible writer, and this is one of my favorites among her books.
It feels like Cowboys in a way, something that is going to get people talking about life, love, friendship and truth in interesting ways.
Overall, when I was in the middle of this book, I was really wishing I was at the end.
I did not care for this book at all. It was just a bunch of random thoughts put together. The characters were not strong. The story went nowhere. I had to put it down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by linda dashner
Pam Houston is an incredible writer, and this is one of my favorites among her books. Each chapter takes place in a specific location. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Retail_Queen
This was a very difficult book for me to read. Very disjointed and too fragmented for my personal taste. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Hazel K Kaletta
just not as interesting as her other books - tried to finish several times but never could get through it. Nothing to hold the reader.Published 9 months ago by Reader
Great stories...more like a collection of short stories and quite enjoyable, readable and good fun.Published 9 months ago by VIVA ASHCROFT
Interesting... hard to believe she has experienced so much in her life... but on the other hand... totally believable... one hell of a writer!Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is a little hard to get into because the format is so different, but once you learn the characters the story line comes through. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brittany
If you like books with no plot, short, disjointed chapters, and a world populated by annoying, pretentious characters, then this book is for you! If not, skip it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Too Fond Of Books
I may have to revisit this book but so far have had a hard time getting into it. Really enjoyed her earlier works such as "Cowboys Are MY Weakness" and "Waltzing the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephen Mather