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A good book, disappointing ending. Writer has integral images about relationships.
Worth the read!
Enjoyable reading, but quite predictable..great for a first novel.I would recommend it to a book club. Interested to see what else she writes.Published 2 months ago by Sheila selby
I had a very hard time getting through the first half of the book. I found it rather boring. The only reason I finished it is because we were discussing it at my book club. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marguerite W de Osorio
You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this wonderful story about the impact of
society upon individual's behavioral choices. Marilyn Gottlieb, author, Life with an Accent.
great reading , we can all relate to their life. We have all experienced very similar situations. We must remember to always forgive.Published 4 months ago by Jack P. Starke
Enjoyed the read. Fiction sometimes is so much like real life, the choices we make, the crosses we carry once these choices have been made. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cristina Stuart
Just as things could have been interesting, they were dull. Also, the zionist politics was just a bit too much - more nuance to reflect the tragedy of the Middle East.Published 5 months ago by Maha Muna
It was slow moving
It was disappointing
I really expected more but the Jewish portrayals were accurate
Maybe the book club will find more reasons to admire this... Read more
Too slow, not much there. It developed like a flat pancake. It was the kind of book you can put down and never pick back up or care to pick up.Published 7 months ago by Cyrus Baharmast