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I found the book tedious at times. The aurhor's use of telling the story by flipping between a pre WW1 diary and the Egyptian world of pre WW ll became something this reader... Read morePublished 1 month ago by aarond
A lot of characters to keep track of, but overall an interesting read.Published 4 months ago by ricadc
I started this when I was studying for finals when I needed a break - cooking meals and such. It was great - the times of the 1940's and a generation earlier in an exotic part of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joanie
I really enjoyed the way Miss Jo Chumas jumped from one era to another flawlessly. Finally at the very end things do come together. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Burl A. Etue
Lots of foreign words, feelings, not much action. Significant cultural differances.Published 7 months ago by druckmanw
Very slow read and incredibly depressing. After 300+ pages of buildup, the author ended the story in less than 30 pages.Published 8 months ago by Jennifer H
This unexpected story is very well written and keeps you thrilled until the very end. It also reminds the reader of a very different society which we all hope will never return to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Betty Willems