Let me start by saying that I enjoyed reading this book.
The stories were rich and the author did a good job of focusing on the characters instead of simply allowing them "to be" on the island.
Greer's did not get interesting until halfway through and too much of the book was spent on Greer than Elsa.
The character development as well as the transitioning in eras is superb. I felt as if I was experiencing what I was reading at all times. Enjoyed the 'twists'. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Rebecca A.
This remains one of my most memorable books to have read. It was fabulous. Lovely, lovely book.Published 1 month ago by Sarah
It was a fast, interesting, and informative read. We are going to Easter Island in a few weeks and this was a good way to gather information, both historical and current.Published 4 months ago by PA Pearson
I enjoyed the 2 stories side by side and the ending leaves you wondering if that is where the stories cross.Published 8 months ago by Faye
Easter Island is an interesting piece of historical fiction. At times, it's painfully slow yet still captivating. The characters are well developed and the text is well written.Published 9 months ago by jane rosenberg
I had read Easter Island in our family book club (we take turns choosing a book, read it together and then talk about it over dinner. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have recommended this book to many of my reader friends. I loved the story and went on Google to learn more about Easter Island.Published 13 months ago by FLP
Jennifer Vanderbes juggles two main plots and one sub plot with remarkable skill. Easter Island and the history of the statues have always intrigued me. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Angela Love
I read this because someone in my book group suggested we read it. There are three threads in the story. Not one of them captured my attention, and I read through by effort alone. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Susan Eck