It was not totally uninteresting, but it was not one of those books that is "hard to put down".
This probably isn't a very good review, but the book left me feeling very perplexed as to what effect the author was getting at with some parts of the book.
FAULT LINES This book is written in a format I have come to love -- four different characters telling four different stories which all weave into one.
Compelling, disturbing and thought provoking. Loved the main theme, i.e. family legacies. I enjoyed the way it was divided into four tales starting with the present and going back... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Magster
It is well written and takes a novel approach to how family secrets affect future generations starting from today and working backwards to the Great Grandmother. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Drnise391
Wonderful book with great historical background. It is rare for me to like a book where I dislike the main characters, but Fault Lines is a great exception. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hampus Jakobsson
I was eager for this book after Huston's Infrared. What a disappointment. Young kids talking like seasoned adults, uncle from hell, situations absolutely implausible . Read morePublished 19 months ago by Vandor
Fault Lines was a great read. Well written, compelling story told by different characters
in reverse chronological order. Read more
Divided into several sections, the novel explores the lives of several family members, all at the age of six. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Kathryn C. Hogan
Fault Lines is a fascinating read because of the author's choice to tell the story of a family's/country's WWII secret in reverse chronology from the perspective of a 6-year-old... Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by Jenny
This was a book I was really torn about. It tells the story of four generations, with each part being narrated by the family member when they were six years old. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Sarah
i believe many readers are missing the main premise of this insightful novel. Ms. Huston is trying to show us (with success! Read morePublished on September 18, 2011 by Barbara A. McCarthy