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The characters and plot are alright but I didn't really identify with any of them or find them someone I wanted to know more about. The way the flashbacks happen throughout the book as almost every other chapter was really a bit confusing at first. I guess you can give this book a try if you like "realistic" fiction but its not a great mystery or anything like that. Also the main character is kind of annoying after a while, and I found myself really wanting her to fail at everything she did.
June Ahern has again nailed the story of the '60s! The times were very different and many strange things took place. The story is well written and made me relive many things we did when we were young and stupid. The many people that meet up with the main character, Liz MacKay, could have been anyone of the people I met up with in that time.
The songs and hairdos are right on and all of it brings back many, many memories.
I would recommend this book and the other books by June Ahern, she is a modern author and understands the youth of the 1960s. Since she lived through all of it and in San Francisco, she hit the nail on the head. I was 3000 miles away, but still remember it. She makes me feel like a kid again. Keep them coming June, I love them!