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    I chose this book for the book club I'm involved in and I am so glad I did! Our members have all read it and eager to revisit it. I was intrigued during each page. Laughed at the similarities of a European family. The author did a great job depicting the historical, visual and emotional aspect of each character. Great read! It most certainly deserved the Pulitzer Award!
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    Very well written. A great read, and totally unlike anything I have read before.
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    It's fascinating, touching, different. Keep an open mind. Authore style makes you feel like you are inside the characters head. I actually felt their feelings. Recommend for readers that love long narratives, it's a story of 3 generations. "I was thinking how amazing it was that the world contained so many lives. Out in these streets people were embroiled in a thousand different matters, money problems, love problems, school problems. People were falling in love, getting married, going to drug rehab, learning how to ice-skate, getting bifocals, studying for exams, trying on clothes, getting their hair-cut and getting born. And in some houses people were getting old and sick and were dying, leaving others to grieve. It was happening all the time, unnoticed, and it was the thing that really mattered."
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