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Morgan communicates eloquently through her communication-reluctant characters. She understands each completely, far more than they reveal of themselves, informing the reader of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sally Asante
This woman is a heck of a writer! She makes up words !!!! (Most of which I loved.) An unexpected glimpse into the mind of a "believer" from the rural South. True? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Danby
I've read this book four times, and each time I discover something new. C. E. Morgan has written a remarkable story with three real characters. I will read everything she writes.Published 3 months ago by john dooley
Main thing I got from the book was to be honest, sincere, and that the small things matter in a relationship. Not much to ponder about when you are finished with the book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jay
Beautiful book the most beautiful and best book I have read in years. I can't say enough about itPublished 9 months ago by Mary F.
This was okay. The author has an incredible command of language--especially making use of rare words--however, there was very minimal plot development. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Les
Very slow! Well written but could not relate to lead character at sllPublished 19 months ago by Venice Mom
I read half and quit, as did most of the ladies in my book club. We all felt it was difficult to read due to the lack of stimulating plot, parentheses, and character development. Read morePublished 20 months ago by M. Lowenstein