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This book was over too quickly. It immediately drew me in and continuously held my attention. While every sentence was not a revelation in itself, the main points and questions... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kober2010
Quick read that doesn't require much but kept me interested. There isn't a lot of depth to the characters, unfortunately.Published 3 months ago by Sheila Purdin
I enjoyed this book very much. I would definitely recommend this book and this author.Published 4 months ago by Lisa K. Sexton
A good beach read, but I wasn't blown away by it. The central character was consistently portrayed as nothing special, content to let others take the lead. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joy
The book started slow, picked up about a quarter of the way through and then declined badly. There was a lot of hope it would get better, hopefully a surprise climax, but NOTHING... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mercy Girl
I'm not going to finish this book. It's hard for me to get into, the characters are not very likable. At times it's boring and I end up skipping over pages. Read morePublished 6 months ago by V. Sikes
A friend told me about Laura Lippman...look forward to reading a lot more by her....Published 6 months ago by Chris
Really enjoyed this novel. I'm so glad I discovered this author. Now looking forward to reading her other books.Published 7 months ago by Deyda
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|A Puzzling Read||
Your comments re the 'heroine' really resonate with me. Eliza/beth does, as you say, seem to have no real moral core, no real handle on life, no well developed response to pretty much anything - witness her lacklustre reaction to the appalling Iso's school activities for eg. And that should be... Read More
Dec 20, 2010 by sema4dogz | See all 3 posts
I have no idea...but...as I was reading the book, I kept thinking of Shasta Groene. Although her experience was absolute hell on earth and the hand of a real life monster, she was let go while so many others were not. That was my only guess, which could be totally wrong!
Dec 27, 2010 by Melissa Bowie | See all 3 posts
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