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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 11 days ago by Lisa V.
This is a good read. I've also enjoyed other books by this author.Published 18 days 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 27 days ago by Jeannette Fossett
Great writing but the narrative changes so quickly sometimes it loses the reader. Liked the character development and descriptions immensely. Loved it.Published 1 month ago by Donna Smit
The main character here, Paul, Fenno, Mal, Tony and Fern are complex hard to like people. Makes the book hard to like as wellPublished 1 month ago by S. Lawrence
A surprising read, coming to Glass' debut novel after having read several later ones (the best by far--"I See You Everywhere"). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marvi
I enjoyed the book but a little hard to follow in the beginning. I would recommend it to a friend.Published 3 months ago by Diane Lawrence
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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