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Ratings and Book Reviews (9 100 star ratings
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    Best read in a long time

    I started this book in the afternoon and finished it at two am never putting it down. Shocking endearing captivating. The real struggles of a young marriage in America with twists and turns you never expected. Great character development. A must read Five stars and I read a lot of books and am selfish about giving a five. This deserves it hands down. I can’t wait to read other books by this author
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    Good Read

    Book was nice and endearing. Drew me in after reading each chapter.
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    Great book

    Hard to put down! Awesome read. Compelling story...
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    Interessant

    A really poignant book, where you find yourself divided between the perspectives of Celestial and Roy. I did find that the triangle - the perspective of Andre - was a bit disruptive of the structure, making it weaker. Andre is there to give strenght to the narrative of Celestial and I don't really think it was necessary. Also, I could live without the epilogue - though I understand the need of closure, the open narrative would be more impactant.
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    On ourselves as products of societal forces

    I'm glad I read this in a book club, because it pushed me to think more deeply about the story and the craft of the writer than I might have otherwise. Jones is pushing us to think about the nature of our society and the larger forces and histories within it that affect each of us, whether we're to blame or otherwise. Powerful and masterful.
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