Loneliness, family, fear
Excellent readers really made the book
The entire story was moving because of the depth of the characters
My only complaint with the book was that it got a little tedious about three-quarters in. I felt it could have been an hour or so shorter without losing anything.
Yes because I learned about the history of plague, but it was such a difficult subject that I didn't really enjoy it.
Geraldine Brooks is a wonderful writer so I always enjoy her language. I also liked the ending, once the time of the plague was over. Her stories are always so well crafted that I was really disappointed that I didn't love this one like I have her other books.
I don't care for the sound of her voice so there is nothing she could have done to improve the reading. I think it was probably an appropriate voice for the character, but I just don't enjoy listening to it.
Yes, this book really sheds light on why so many boys and young men are struggling in our society.
I've always been a strong supporter of education of women, but women are now the ones excelling. While I won't stop supporting efforts for girls and women, I think we need to develop new ways to support boys and young men.
Yes, it's very well written and a great story of a woman finding herself
Cheryl is multi-dimensional as she recovers from a difficult time in her early adult life.
I loved her as narrator. I assumed she was the author until I checked. She conveyed the author's story with passion.
Hiking to a new life
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