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  • War, Love and Heartache

    War, Love and Heartache The time is 1917 and WWI is raging on overseas. In Boston it is not felt so much. Emma's doctor husband goes to France to help with the injured soldier with the Red Cross. Emma wants to work as a sculptress, making art from lumps of clay. She is very good at it except she cannot get the faces correct. I love the part where she goes to Paris and make masks from clay for soldiers that have lost part of their face in the War. That was very interesting and I would have liked to have read more about it. I have to say I love V.S. Alexander's books, this one I was a bit disappointed in. I need to write an honest review. I would have liked to hear more about her sculpted masks and perhaps some of the stories of the men she helped. However, the storyline was of her different love's and it appeared to be the focus of the story rather than her sculpting which the title would lead you to believe. There were some sexual scenes and one at the end that just really didn't add to the story and personally I felt like it didn't belong. I will continue to read V.S. Alexander's books and I did enjoy part of the story. Thanks to V.S. Alexander, Kensington Books, and NetGalley for allowing me to read a copy for an honest review.

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  • World War I Historical Fiction

    The Sculptress by V.S. Alexander is Historical Fiction set in World War I Boston and France. The reader is drawn into a time, events and places that are difficult to even imagine. The characters seem so real with their early 20th Century culture, speech and values. Emma the main character is a Sculpturess who does not fit in well in the artistic community in Boston. At first it was difficult to empathize with Emma because of her self-absorption but she is influenced by circumstances in her life and gradually matures. The author does not spare the reader and describes the gritty details of life, poverty, illness, war and love. My only disappointment in this was the end of the book seemed incomplete. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. I appreciate the opportunity and thank the author and publisher for allowing me to read, enjoy and review this book. 5 Stars

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