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Plodding storyline. Brown doesn't have a clear story; you just get to know these characters.Published 10 days ago by Amy L. Buckley
What a wonderful read. And such character development! Human nature is beautiful and so varying. This lovely novel shows how much patience we all deserve to get and give. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr Linda Lawrence
Raised by a loving mother and an eccentric father (an English professor) who named his daughters after three of Shakespeare’s characters and rarely carried on a conversation that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Red Rock Bookworm
The Shakespeare quotes got old. None of the characters were very likeable. The book did make me think about how hard it is to shed the self image we acquire as children.Published 2 months ago by patsiemich
I really enjoyed this book. The concept of using Shakespere quotes to convey messages from one family member to another was a unique tool for the author. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cavalierlvr
Well written, witty, unexpected family saga. Unlikeable characters who become endearing. Late adulthood coming of age story. Very thought provoking yet entertaining.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer