The author's attempt to present meaningful characters, situations and settings was an EMPTY gesture.Published 29 days ago by Pals
I say this is my kind of book because it is real.
No fantasy in this book---thank goodness.
There is good character development, needy people,
and a study of... Read more
Anyone can make a mistake, we will agree, even when it comes to breaking the law. The narrator begins by doing so. Read morePublished 14 months ago by June King Davison
It's been a while since I finished the book but I liked it a lot. It held my attention and I think others will enjoy reading it.Published 16 months ago by fancynancy
The author is moderately gifted in that she told a story about which I was interested enough to stay the course to know how things would resolve. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Diana Loring
The author's writing has matured since writing "Like Normal People". She brought an interesting perspective to life in the South and brought the people to life through her... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bev. Phillips
I thought it was poorly written and the characters, for the most part were flat. Yes, it brought up some interesting character flaws and anti-semitism in the South, but it was not... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Howard Altman
The story moves too slowly and i get bored very quickly with that-- i know when i have a good book -- i cannot put it down and get back to it as soon as i can to see what is... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mary W. Smith
I liked this book and couldn't wait to finish it. The characters are interesting, imperfect, and at times, infuriating - just like real people. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Beach dweller