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The best book I have read in a couple of years. Wonderful, wonderful stories--extraordinarily thoughtful, sensitive, genuine and brilliantly written. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Laurie
This was a shocking book to read. The plot was not run of the mill though quite believable. Her characters, especially the women, are very strong, though the boys hold their own.Published 19 months ago by Alex Canton-Dutari
Four stories...some more engaging than others but I didn't want it to end. Maybe not Lessing at her best, but her complex characters are always compelling to me.Published 20 months ago by pam
Probably my favorite book I've read all year. Thought-provoking and engaging!Published 21 months ago by AISLINN
I found the first story a little hard to believe and rather bizarre. I really enjoyed the others. Ms Lessing really draws me into the story. I am not sure what will happen. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alice Morrissey
I loved these stories. The reader had no idea of where the story was going until it went. Doris Lessing had an amazingly creative mind.Published 23 months ago by Barbara
Doris Lessing is a gifted and subversive writer. Don't miss the movie version of The Grandmothers called "Adore," with Robin Wright. Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by Kindle Customer