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Heidi W. Durrow creates an unusual and deeply moving story in "The Girl Who Fell from the Sky." The novel deals with issues of inter-racial marriage, depression, alcoholism,... Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Robin O. Harris
A sad tale. The writing kept my interest but it was somewhat predictable.Published 10 days ago by Shop Girl
I think I went into this book expecting it to be something it isn't. The book is written in as a stream of consciousness and while in the beginning I didn't think it worked well,... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Aviva
I was so excited to dive into this book. I made it to chapter 3 utterly disappointed. It was hard to follow. Read morePublished 14 days ago by LRod95
THIS BOOK STARTS REALLY WELL - IS ENTIRELY ENGROSSING, but Durrow seems to lose control of some of her themes and devices just past the midpoint. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Miriam C. Jacobs
This story just falls flat of any expectations. It's a story without meaning, no real beginning, middle, or end. No excitement, misery, or laughter.....just flat.Published 2 months ago by Kayme Tims