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I loved this book so much that when I finished it, I opened to page one and read it over again.
For people like me who love character development, the book offers a full development of not only the main characters . . . but also many of the secondary characters.
The author's style of writing and her characters have depth and give a wonderful sense of emotion.
I am a voracious reader of all genres and this book really captured me. Louise is a top notch literary fiction writer. Read morePublished 7 days ago by San Francisco Diva
Have not finished this book yet, but so far it is a bit unsettling. Not sure I care enough about the characters to finish the book.Published 1 month ago by david p. mickelson
We read for book club & were a house divided on it. Half of us really loved it & the other half loved it until the end where it felt rushed to them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary T. Ralston
A story of two WW1 vets from opposite sides and their struggle through the years. Lots of intrigue, twists and socialistic love problems.Published 1 month ago by WALTER P. LESER
While the Master Butchers Singing Club of the title figures little in the story, the master butcher starts the story, from his journey from Germany post WWI, to North Dakota where... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle Boytim
I found that it was difficult to find the main theme as I struggled through chapter after chapter. It may have been the way the story was constructed.Published 2 months ago by Nancy Geidel
This book is full of both realism and hope and was very difficult to put down. Ranks up with The Round House and The Beet Queen.Published 2 months ago by Kathleen Pechotta