From Publishers Weekly
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Not linear. somewhat difficult to track characters and time. must be patient and willing to slog through tragedy after tragedy.... all becomes clearer at the endPublished 3 days ago by Katherine Plummer
Atkinson has a unusual and unique narrative style which often exhibits a quirky and captivating sense of humor.. This book is hard to categorize... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Staranalyst
Gave this book to my wife who was born in England in 1939. She loved the writing and the plot.Published 12 days ago by Ernie Leger
Disturbing and yet enlightening. A good read. The word museum is a bit misleading but if you look at the mind as museum it makes more sense.Published 23 days ago by Doris Conner
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 1 month ago by Owl
purchased as cd--narration good, story did not appeal to me, could not finish--liked atkinson's other booksPublished 2 months ago by phyllis
Excellent read with good generational changes. definitely makes one want to read more from this writer.Published 2 months 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 3 months ago by R. Finley