This book made me look forward to my daily commute. The narration was so soothing and real. I felt as if a friend was sitting next to me telling me her life story. Even though Thayer came from a privileged background she suffered many heartbreaks. I loved all the characters, even Aengus, except for her pretentious, shallow twit of a mother. Granny's house in Atlanta sounded like one of my dreams come true. I did not get the vibe of supernatural events in the end, but every reader needs to decide that for him/herself.
Nothing really great, it had potential but lost steam at the end.
The book was ARS's usual great story until the sudden ending. It was rushed, bizarre and unlike Siddons usual good works (seemed as if someone else wrote the the last part of the bk) It ruined the otherwise good piece.
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