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It took me a long time to get thru this book. I could t always follow what was going and who characters were. I did not like the main character at all.Published 1 month ago by Niki J Spadafore
This book was pretty good but intense in some parts. I will not be reading it more than the one time. If you enjoyed it, you may also enjoy The Lovely Bones. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marissa
Really an interesting dark tale. As I got more into it and was enjoying the author's style, I began to really care about the characters. Quite a unique story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Playdough
Although we're in the protagonist's head for the entire book, the author never allows us to understand Helen and the actions she takes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by KJK
Honestly it's not her greatest work, but it has it's own unique charm. A lot of internal war and deep thinking. Good to read at least once.Published 4 months ago by Lisa L Le
I too am surprised at the disappointing reviews of this novel. I loved it, and for many days after finishing it, Helen stayed in my thoughts. Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. Cote
A very introspective look on mother and daughter relationships and how it can frame your entire life.Published 5 months ago by shane
A very strange story line. Worth reading, but I certainly wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.Published 5 months ago by E.Robyn
Could be another movie! Kept me thinking almost to the end. Writing style is great. Would read another of her worksPublished 6 months ago by abby