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Story was interesting, about people who are not well known, making them better understood. The book seemed to go on and on, until near the end, when it moved fast and quit.Published 10 months ago by Kaynote
Colum McCann can do no wrong, and this is one of his best! Magnificent wordsmith, and the tragedy which he presents should be a lesson to govenrmnets everywhere!Published 11 months ago by Janet Powers
story is inconsistent. at times, very interesting and yet the next 20 pages can be boring. you do get an insight into the gypsy lifestyle and what they have had to endure over... Read morePublished 12 months ago by eve
Written in a non-traditional style, with very long series of narrative. Gives a unique idea of gypsy life, its trials, its beliefs, its traditions.Published 14 months ago by Linda D. Hill
I find the book as I described above. Sometimes I want to hurry up and finish it then again I come to a place where I wan to go on and find out what happens. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Maria DeAngeli
I had a hard time getting into this book. It was confusing for me until about midway into the story. I did like the story involving gypsies.Published 16 months ago by mamalura