7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Slow moving plot, uneventful climax,
This review is from: The Air Between Us: A Novel (Paperback)
I read a lot of books, but I could have passed on this one. It took me a good 75-80 pages to even start getting really into the plot of this one, and towards the end when you think it's about to get really good, it falls flat. The build up to the "secrets" is way greater than the actual secrets. I feel that all the "secrets" kept through out the story were explained way too briefly and it seems like the last chapter was rushed to sum up the novel.
I gave it 2 stars because I did enjoy reading about what life was like in 1960s Mississippi since I grew up in MS, but there was no real entertainment value in my opinion.