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This is a very interesting, very well-written book.
The main problem that I had with this book was that most of the female characters were so negative it got unpleasant reading about them.
The Women is very well written, the non-linear story telling adds complexity, but makes the dramatic arc of the story more interesting.
Frank Lloyd Wright and his women are legendary. This book gives a good look into reactions to this side of FLW, but fails to really tie in his work successfully.Published 21 days ago by M. S. Bellows
Just too contrived. It's not often I flick through a book in the hope of getting to the end quickly. And disappointing as I've enjoyed the books of his I've read previously.Published 26 days ago by Ms T J Price
well-written & intrinsically interesting tale shoots itself in both feet with a towering exoskeleton of gimmickry: a fictional (? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Zangiku
Nice story. I like books that offer some insight into famous people and their lives. This story does that in spades.Published 4 months ago by shoe fan
There is much to admire about T.C. Boyle's language and descriptive ability, but I began to get the sense that the author was more interested in showing the world how well he... Read morePublished 4 months ago by booklover
This book is very good. I felt like I was reading a biography of Frank Llyod Write 's tribulations of all the women in his life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marcia SmithVaughn
I'm a FLW fan.
Plan to read all of T.C. Boyle's books.
I have recommended it to my friends.
has been used, but already knew that.
There was a sticker on the cover that
ripped the cover when I tried to take
it off, so it doesn't look that nice in my... Read more