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Three stories... the first one not bad, maybe good.The second almost intolerable for a straight man. Very nearly pornographic - the other way. The third a grave disappointment. Read morePublished 1 month ago by puzzleman
I read this book every few years and it comforts me. The sincerity of the characters, the perfect construction of words ... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara Morrell
Talented author just a bit "slow" for me. Really though a lovely story of a families love and differences.Published 1 month ago by MWS
I thoroughly enjoyed <i> Three Junes </i> and found it well-deserving of the National Book Award. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christin M. Mulligan
I thought the writing poetic. The characters complex and flawed, therefore believable. I read this book after reading her second novel, and am currently reading her third. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa V.
This is a good read. I've also enjoyed other books by this author.Published 2 months ago by Giantbubbie
I thought the characters were complex and very interesting. It's about a family that has many facets to experience. You like some better than others. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeannette Fossett
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I don't know about "too many characters", but I think that the story line, especially in the first section, was not compelling enough to make a reader (this one, anyway) remember or care about some of the characters. Therefore, when Fern reappeared in the last section, I didn't... Read More
May 7, 2007 by S. J. Osburn | See all 2 posts