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I am interested in feminism topic, but the novel is a bit dull. Not my dish.Published 17 days ago by hp
A very moving history of women and beautifully written. I enjoyed it from beginning to end.Published 3 months ago by Donna Thompson
I felt like there were sooooo many whiny women. Their same names became confusing with the jumping back and forth in history. I would note recommend it.Published 7 months ago by happycustomer
This book must have been sitting here for a few years, and it wasn't the first time I picked it up. It's one of those novels said to be superb--one of the 10 Best Books of the NY... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jean Gross
I have read her other books and preferred those. I got lost in all the characters (and I am an author myself). You definitely need the visual genealogy at the beginning. Read morePublished 13 months ago by clw
I fully agree with the reviews of M. Feldman & P. Bigelow, only more so. The book has so much potential for depth and inspiration, but it ends up frustrating and annoying. Read morePublished 13 months ago by L. Adamz
I guess you can say that if a book gets under your skin, that it's a good read. This one for me was like a jumbled dream, sort of like a stream of consciousness story but only... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dana K. Todd
I read The Gardens of Kyoto last week and absolutely loved it. Found this one and swallowed it whole. What an amazing book. Read morePublished 16 months ago by ash
The book came quickly and in good shape. It's also an excellent read.
I read it and passed it on to a friend. Thanks!