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Wonderful descriptions of everyday life lead to an unexpected climax The writing continues to hold you tight to this story of a woman coping with life and tragedy I recently read Miller s Valley and rejoiced as I imagined I had stumbled upon the new AnneTyler I enjoyed this well written and satisfying novel ve I bought this on the strength of the ood reviews and thought I was well prepared for what lay ahead For me personally a book doesn t have to centre around a ripping plot nor does it have to be page after page of suspense and action In fact I really enjoy an exploration of the mind and very detailed descriptive prose and I m not too bothered if nothing really happens What I didn t expect was page after page of repetitive pointless reporting of pretty much identical events non of which really helped to shape portray or build up the main characters In fact even after the big event I still didn t know much about Greg and the other victims and therefore I didn t really care As to the event itself well you d have to be pretty inexperienced not to see that one coming The storyteller herself MaryBeth was a pretty one dimensional character and although there was
the odd moment where anyone with a houseful of teenagers would smile with the familiarity of all she odd moment where anyone with a houseful of teenagers would smile with the familiarity of all she t moment where anyone with a houseful of teenagers would smile with the familiarity of all she didn t in anything other than a to be expec. Best Books, Every Last One: The stunning Richard and Jud. Beaucoup d action rythme lent et on se demande pendant une I found this offering by the author
"Disappointing Compared To The Previous "compared to the previous books I read The idea seems a ood one on paper but it doesn t deliver This is due to a large extent to the characters which are mere cardboard cutouts so conventional snug and wellthinking This is particularly true of the heroine a soccer mum devoid of self criticism and riddled with psychological blind spots Ultimately they fail to engage our sumpathy except perhaps for the viilain of the story and the misfit twin of the familyThe story is so literal that it becomes annoying I did wonder whether it is so literal that it becomes annoying I did wonder whether it a clever ploy by the author to subvert our jugment but I think there is not enough to o on and a face value reading is expected here It is so well thinking and self righteous that it becomes a caricature making it an involuntary endictment of American middle class society A disaster waiting to happen The events of the novel make it a difficult read as the tragedy unfolds Perhaps it s the essential American ness of uindlen s
style which I d never particularly noticed in previous novels which began to rate as the story went on The which I d never particularly noticed in previous novels which began to Poses : Artbook de dessins de Caroline Baldwin grate as the story went on The Mary Beth is so determined to be the perfect mom that when her life unravels she spends almost half the novel agonising about her feelings. S isenius and it really helps me connect with the stor.
Anna Quindlen Ö 3 readTed way All in all the only spectacular thing about it all was the disappointment Wouldn t recommend What a wonderful book Beautifully written and at times too sad to read It isn t a long book normally I d crack through a ood novel of this size in a day However there were parts of this book that were so heartbreakingly real that I had to put it down and walk awayso in the end it took
Me 4 Days And I4 days and I wish it had been longer I will be downloading of her work ASAP but won t read them uickly if they are as ood as this they should be saved and savouredI don t know if the author has experienced any of the experiences Mary Beth Cabu: Une vie de dessinateur goes through in the book I hope not and I think not It would probably be too hard to write about This makes her achievement of realistically describing the reactions and emotions of her protagonists all the impressiveThis book and the people in it from the elderly to the middle aged to the youngsters are all realistically portrayed and three dimensional They will stay with me for a long time They are as real to me as my friends and neighbours and I don t think fiction canet much better than that En d pit De Ce Ui Arrive ce ui arrive moiti du livre et u il est hors de uestion de vous r v ler Every Last One ne peut effectivement il est hors de uestion de vous r v ler Every Last One ne peut effectivement tre consid r comme un thriller autant le dire tout de suite pas. Y Book Club pick by Anna uindlen The way the author show. .