From Publishers Weekly
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A page turner but in a negative way. I kept turning the pages in order to find the interesting parts of the story. Tedious, a disappointment . Not for me.Published 3 days ago by Owl
purchased as cd--narration good, story did not appeal to me, could not finish--liked atkinson's other booksPublished 1 month ago by phyllis
Excellent read with good generational changes. definitely makes one want to read more from this writer.Published 1 month ago by M W Holland
Kate Atkinson is an amazing writer, but sometimes I feel her brilliance almost gets in her way because her stories and her mind is so complex that the average reader might have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Finley
Funny, clever, warm, sometimes sad. It's very rewarding to find a gifted writer, and know that has many more acclaimed books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by NDM
One of the funniest, most clever and best written books I have ever read. One of a kindPublished 3 months ago by Joan France Luzier
I just didn't want this book to end. Complex funny and dramatic all in turns, Kate Atkinson has a perception for the human condition that is rare and beguiling.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer