The plot and the way the story unwound made it interesting from beginning to end.
I enjoy books that continue to unravel a story without giving away the end.
Definitely enjoyable escape and would enjoy more from this author.
Sherly Sandberg has redefined feminism to what women of my generation had always hoped it could become, a movement that gives people of both genders the freeedom to become all they choose to be. The book is well written and honest with specific suggestions on how women and men can make the workplace and home more supportive to allow for these choices. She shares her own personal experiences and success without arrogance, but in a manner that shares her learning with others to support them in their own journey.I bought the book in print for my son and daughter-in-law who are expecting their first child in July - a daughter. I bought the book for my daughter and all of her friends. She is early twenties just beginning her career. Sheryl has provided a road map by sharing her knowledge that will provide young women with information many of us wish we had had during our careers. Outstanding book which I believe will become a turning point in the feminist movement world wide.
This story was one of those that you kept hoping would get better but after forcing yourself to get through most of the book it doesn't. The story idea had potential but was so bogged down in uninteresting characters and details it just never went anywhere.
Develop the characters in a more interesting exciting manner and tighten up the long drawn out story into a fully developed concept.
It was as overly melodramatic as the book.
Too many to count but definitely about the long drawn out story of Pat the son. It was just boring.
Wouldn't read another book by this author.
No, I would not!
The ending was so anticlimactical! It was very difficult to sustain interest for the first few chapters because the characters were so shallow and incipid. The mystery of the disappearance intrigued me enough to finish the novel, but there were so many editorial errors in dates and ages througout the story that it was hard to follow. I am not a detailed person but even I caught those and was distracted. The condescending attitude of the author as expressed through the characters was annoying.
Didn't have one that had that effect on me.
All of part three.
At least I know not to read anything else by this author. Definitely not my taste!
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