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The part I hated and which stood out of place like a hideous blemish on this otherwise beautiful book was the Nomas. The author could have done something better with the way she created this group of people; there were some good aspects, but some that were really out the blue and were very out of place with the way the rest of the book had been going. It felt unnecessary it didn't paint any nice imagery. I didn't like it; I wasn't a fan.
I just re imagined some of those ugly/strange details, however, and overlooked some things in favor of something that I felt fit far better with the rest of the story, and got through the remaining section of the book and loved everything else about it. Other than that one big blemish, this book was a pretty satisfying read.
And then other things didn't make sense. Since she had taken the wrong baby wouldn't her brother have found a way to send a cryptic text asking her to go to such and such a place so her grandfather could meet his great granddaughter or why didn't someone wait for her at the apartment? Why the overly elaborate game?
And don't get me started on the F bombs that started falling at a certain point. Would that word in an alternate time line be part of the vocabulary?
And last but not least how could her grandfather have betrayed his daughter and son-in-law seeing he was living in Belgium and they were in the US?
Some of it was good but in the end more questions than answers and if this is a standalone then they won't be answered. But some of those questions were plot related.
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