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excellent read - very well written with very well developed characters. a great insight into the effects of alcoholism on a childPublished 1 month ago by helen
However, this is remarkably well written. She kept me engrossed. I highlighted several admired phrases. Her attention to details placed me there with her. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary Guddy
This well written novel is the story of a father-daughter relationship. The daughter is the narrator. Read morePublished 3 months ago by algo41
Intriguing story of a difficult father child relationship. Sometimes you can't make things work out your way. You have to compromise what you want or lose it allPublished 4 months ago by Time is precious
I guess there must be a lot of readers out there who identify with dysfunctionality, but for one who doesn't it was a chore seeing bad choices continually enabled "in the name... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Warren
This book started out slowly, in my opinion, and I almost put it down. But the writing is very good and the main character is someone who draws you in and you sincerely want to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by kthompson1004
Interesting. My book club read it last month and most enjoyed it even though the subject matter was a bit depressing, ...alcoholic dysfunctional family........lots of drama..... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Suzanne Tractenberg
Well written story of the effect of having an alcoholic father. Focused on one adult daughter's decision not to walk away from him, and later, to do so.Published 8 months ago by ranchreader