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This book genuinely depressed me, and then even further when I realized I had wasted time and money on reading it.
I was actually excited to read this book because it had an interesting plot where the main character can feel the emotions of the people who made her food.
The strangeness at the end of the book (no spoiler alert, just know it is strange) seems too much, too sudden, too abrupt.
This was our July read for the book club @ The Kitchen Reader and I was so excited to read this, in fact it was my suggestion, so I can’t wait to see what everyone else thought of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vicki
Rose discovers her gift that links the taste of food with its geographic origins and the moods of each person that had a part in its preparation. Read morePublished 1 month ago by martha frampton
The writing is good, but boy this book gets strange. I tried to explain the plot to my teenaged kids and they spent an hour howling with laughter. The ending was just odd.Published 1 month ago by Deborah
Started out well, but the situation with the brother was a little too out there for me.Published 1 month ago by Tere Turner
The author used magical realism to substitute for a clear plot; subsequently the plot suffered.Published 2 months ago by Virginia Kast