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Amy Bloom writes well about sex and love, which is very difficult to do. As the book continued, though, I started wishing for a broader focus beyond these few characters. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Stefan Gunther
Always original so well written, I' m always in awe of her character portrayal I learn about myself from them She is one of the great writers of our time.Published 13 months ago by jen carpi
I rated this story 5 stars because of it candor and sense of resignation. I am a confirmed fan now.Published 15 months ago by Debra Ripp
I swam in this book, such passion, warmth, confusion. Quirky, wonderful characters. An emotional and intellectual feast. I wish I could write like Amy Bloom.Published on August 16, 2014 by judy wiley
I loved this book.
I started it yesterday and finished it today! The way the characters are described made me think I had met them before- especially Ms. Hill! Read more
I liked the way the characters were protrayed. People are complex. The author did a good job of getting at the complexities of the chaaracter.Published on April 2, 2013 by Merit
Ordered this for my Kindle without having read any of Blooms novels, but it turned out to be a good bet. Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by LovesToRead