I finished! My first thought, like usual, is that it could have done some editing. Kim Edwards is a beautiful writer. All of her senses are finely crafted. This is a very visual novel and there is an underlying metaphor of photography. Capturing the moment, but how each moment could be seen in a thousand [...]
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I’m up to 1977 now – Paul and Phoebe are 13. I’m still struggling with David and Caroline’s decisions. However, the writing is beautiful – very visual almost poetic in her choice of words. Each chapter is written from a different point of view – Norah, David or Caroline – and the inner experience if [...]