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there are a few small issues i have with jco and this book exhibits them all. repetition, narrator voice confusion, breaking many rules... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Elaine The Schramm
OK read, havered other works by the author I enjoyed more.Published 7 months ago by Stacy L. Drwall
This was both heartbreaking and heart warming. The end is truly inspired. Will continue to read this author works! AmenPublished 8 months ago by Maxie Maxwell
Joyce Carol Oates is at once one of my favorite authors and also a challenge to read! I love her stories, but at times have to shake myself off and let go of the negative story... Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Montour
This novel is about irreparable Jewish psychological trauma caused by Holocaust and about anti-semitism, which has no borders. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alexander R. Povolotsky
Once the reader makes it through the beginning of the book, the remainder reads quickly and beautifully.Published 11 months ago by Jay
I kept expecting the most horrible situations: the worst!! Oates deliberately led me to the brink several times. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pamela I. Perkins