by Jill McCorkleI'd have to say this was my least favorite of all Ms. McCorkle's novels.I absolutely loved Carolina Moon and consider it to be in my top 20 novels, so perhaps my expectations were too high.The storytelling itself is genius in the build up of suspense of secrets revealed as the storm rages outside and characters are well developed.I think what didn't appeal was the almost stream-of-consciousness telling of the stories.The approach is effective in show casing the chism between reality and perception, and the varying degrees of dementia of Emily and Lena in the retelling of some of the stories.I give high marks to the crafting of the novel and I'd maybe bump my rating by half a star.For whatever reason, the story just didn't sppeal.
|Title||Tending to Virginia|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||7.5 Mb|
|Book rating||4.46 (237 votes)