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A mystery and history combined into one book. I didn't know much about Joseph Smith, Brigham Young and plural marriage. I do now!
Very good book.
really enjoyed the novel within the novel approach. Very easy, informational read. Makes me want to read other books by the same author.Published 12 days ago by Betty Frank
This book was overwritten, overwritten, overwritten. Fascinating at first. Interesting insight into the Mormon cult. It could have used significant editing. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great Novel with an honest Insite into the world of Poligimy & a view of the beginning of the Mormon Organization.Published 13 days ago by K
Got this book because it was a book club read but had to MAKE myself keep going to see if there was EVER going to be some purpose to this book. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Mary Watkins
My books got here fast. This book is so great that I'm half way through the book.Published 29 days ago by lisa jirak
As others have said, the switching of viewpoints was confusing and distracting. There was too much of a difference in time between the modern day story and the Ann Eliza story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Traceybookstar
What an eye opening book taking you inside the Mormon religion. I found it fascinating and once started couldn't put it down.Published 3 months ago by Erin