The writing was stellar, and the narrators perfectly casted. I typically wouldn't listen to the same book twice, but this is one I'd revisit just because the writing and narration were so good.
Mama-- she perfectly embodied the maternal love Lovinia was searching for, and was a great emblem of self-sacrifice.
For a reasonably sad story, the ending was somewhat of a reprief when justice was served.
The death of a principal character early on was tragic and upsetting; but really hooked me into the story. I appreciate how all the characters were fleshed out early on, which helped explain some of their actions (i.e. Marshall's abuse led to his anger led to Sally's demise led to Marshall's adult violence and alcoholism)
GREAT read! I listen to Audible books all the time on my commute and this was one of the better I've encountered. HIGHLY recommend!
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