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Both fact and fiction made it a very good read, and I feel like I know much more about her background now.
I did however find that some parts of the story just didn't seem very believable, and other parts really not necessary.
There was so much going on in her real life and the author does an excellent job of blending fiction with actual facts.
Beautiful story. So glad I made the purchase and am now a big fan of Mrs. McNees.Published 12 days ago by E. Baker
Always wanted to read more on one of my favorite authors and this fit the bill. Great book, thoroughly enjoyed itPublished 1 month ago by love to read
This book seems a bit hung for my taste but I am not finished reading it yet. I put it down as it moved a bit slow and Louisa seems a bit self absorbed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Newman
A fast and sweet read but the storyline takes a weird turn with the ending. The awkwardness and stilted ending ruined the book for me.Published 8 months ago by Jennifer Gettings
Well written, plausible and fit her and the era. If you like this kind of literature, it was a good read!Published 9 months ago by Judith Case
This book was not horrible, and it was not great. (Perhaps, the worst thing to an author, I considered it mediocre. Read morePublished 11 months ago by reviewer wanta be
While her sisters dream of love and romance and marriage, Louisa May Alcott dreams of freedom. As the family packs up to move their home under their fathers guidance, Louisa is... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sheila A. Dechantal
Loved this book but it was so incredibly sad. Not to be read in a crowd. Definitely need a box of Kleenex nearby.Published 20 months ago by C. Moore
I think I was about 10 years old when I read Little Women for the first time. I was excited that one of the characters shared my name (Beth), but I didn't like that she was the one... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Beth Renaldi