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Wasnt in to this story at all, Seems it was a lot of stories told about folks over a period of time, but not much about a red garden at all. Very strange reading.Published 1 day ago by julia mitchell
A string of stories with characters loosely related. The setting stays the same throughout the succeeding generations of the book.Published 2 days ago by GJV
Very enjoyable read. I read it over a lengthy period of time and found that more interesting that just reading it straight through. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Saundra C. Spolsky
I loved the history of the town as time passed..How families went forward yet things were familiar as generations came forward in time...liked it very much. Was a surprise..Published 15 days ago by JAMES P FIORE and Catherine
This is my second Alice Hoffman book to read. Character development is what this book is all about. The chapters weave a continued story of people, a geographical area and... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Starts very strong. Beautiful, lyrical and interesting. As the stories move through time, the writing gets a little sloppy and the narrative drags. Read morePublished 23 days ago by richard 75
An interesting idea but the vignettes are not that interesting.Published 24 days ago by Amy L. Buckley
It was a historical piece of writing, in that it started from the first settlers to a short time ago. The story line and characters were well developed and interesting. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Sharon O'Brien