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I couldn't bring myself to even finish this book. It is meandering, has no plot and is completely uninteresting. How it won an award is a total mystery. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan Ricci
Lots of loose ends. Characters were cold or not well developed. Connected poorly. Nothing beautiful about the actual writing. Settings were OK.
Prefer some kind of ending.
Good read about the complexities of families and friends. Hard to put down and I was sad when it came to the end. Thought about it for days after completing.Published 3 months ago by T. Lynn Collins
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 5 months 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 5 months ago by Barbara Morrell
Talented author just a bit "slow" for me. Really though a lovely story of a families love and differences.Published 6 months ago by MWS
I thoroughly enjoyed <i> Three Junes </i> and found it well-deserving of the National Book Award. Read morePublished 6 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 6 months ago by Lisa V.
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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