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It's OK, but...,
This review is from: The House of Women (Kindle Edition)
The story and characters were interesting. But, as others have said, the editing was POOR and that drove me CRAZY! There were several grammatical errors throughout the book. The story was told from too many points of view (first the father's perspective, then Grace's, sometimes Doyle's, or the other sisters') and the chapter division seemed arbitrary, as points of view changed and time passed within chapters. Not quite sure how this received any 5 star reviews.