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I loved how the author takes us on an exploration of the psychology of each of the main characters. Eccentric, charismatic Kate wants the freedom to pursue her acting career, and a perfect love that will never fade. Maggie has suffered disappointments in life and this looks set to continue while she maintains her passive-aggressive stance of putting the needs of others before her own. My favorite character is complex, sensitive Harold. A man who chooses to show to the world what a dull life he leads, but inside, his heart and soul are aflame.
Mostly set in war-time and post-war Britain, the mores and constraints of those times ring true, but what comes across is the fact that in affairs of the heart, the feelings are timeless. Initially the jumping back and forth in time and the different points of view confused me, but very soon this structure creates the excitement of a mystery, which becomes more intense as the story progresses.
If you like stories about people with messy lives, who don’t always behave honorably, but aren’t malicious, then I thoroughly recommend this book.
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