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The stories are very good in themselves - interesting and extremely readable; they could stand alone with slightly altered endings.
It sounds romantic, but I don't think it is - the love was fraternal or parental - including Uncle Pio's, although he was not Camella's "biological" father.
Now there is enough plot to keep people turning the pages if they are being forced to read the book, but the story is never the point.
If you're looking for answers, you won't find them in this one. There is no meaning to life. Awesome premise and characterization.Published 16 days ago by noorilhuda
Intriguing story but ultimately a difficult read due to the way it was written. Super short but lots of character background packed into chapters. Read morePublished 18 days ago by KimmyChanYo
I have always been pleased with the books I have ordered...the conditions of the books are always better than my expectationsPublished 1 month ago by Karry me back
It seems only a genus could write such a story and analysis of life/death issues. It was a marvel to read, certainly not like fiction written today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by W. Christmann
Wilder's book was one of the first good books I ever read, years ago, and I have always regarded it as unique, clever, original and compelling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Dary
My original book was destroyed. Was so glad to find a copy so inexpensive. This is a"must read" in English literature and reading again reminds me of why.Published 1 month ago by Diana Dodd