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I've liked some of Gail Godwin's other books--especially "A Mother and Two Daughters." This one drags. Read morePublished 3 months ago by pangur
I was very disappointed in this book. Like others have said, it started out with what a lot of promise and interesting characters, then fizzled out. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Mitchell
Read this book based on Godwin's other fine writing. BIG DISAPPOINTMENT.....90% of the book takes places in a ten day span.....VERY unrealistic. And then the book STOPS ! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Treasure Hunter
One has to ask : "what happen here?".
This is really not good at all.
Underdeveloped characters, implausible story lines. Read more
This book did not do it for me. I waited and waited for a plot.
It was exactly like reading the diary of a recent college graduate. Read more
Great depiction of 1960s Miami and all the drama unfolding with the Cuban exiles. Funny and very literary! Loved it! Was sad to say goodbye.Published 18 months ago by susan Nefzger
“Queen of the Underworld” is a novel about a few weeks in the life of someone just prior to anything interesting happening. Read morePublished 22 months ago by KNW