Compelling drama that instantly captures the reader's attention. Meyer's artfully crafts the lives of two young sisters as they experience the ultimate tragedy related to domestic violence and betrayal. The author takes us through their life experiences after the tragedy and their individual coping and healing processes into adulthood. A wonderful testament to the power of love.
In the middle
Surprised because it was difficult to follow the clues to this ending. It was almost as if the last chapters were thought of suddenly and then the author tried to fit it in the story line.
Very good narrator
No there are no dramatic climaxes
The story stands on its own completely the medium of presentation doesn't really matter. I would however recommend this book for highschool students.
The resilience of Edgar although he doesn't seem to believe he is really able to create his own path. Although I found this heart wrenching, love did in the end come to Edgar.
The sections with the Morman family where Edgar first is able to glimpse what family and love can hold.
Edgar because his path is so intense and real, it would be interesting to discuss his revelations as he reviews his life.
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