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Hardly any action; mostly explaining everything. Do yourself a favor and skip it.Published 4 months ago by Meghan
I enjoyed this story, especially the chapters where Miranda and Adam were in Rome in their later years. The parts of the story when they were young did not appeal to me so much.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I stopped reading this novel twice then decided to finish it. The story seemed to have hackneyed themes and the so - called dialogue read like long monologues. Read morePublished 11 months ago by TL
Painful to read. Much of the time, I didn't know who was speaking.
It seemed to have no conclusion at all.
First, let me state that I love Mary Gordon, have read many of her books, and admired them all. Read more
This was the story of an annoying, self centered woman and I hated the book!Published 21 months ago by Anne Radway
firstname.lastname@example.orgMiranda and Adam, unforgettable and Forces of Nature and Grace! Worthy representatives of every new generation who think the "invent Love, not just make... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Citizen five