The depth and choice of words was awesome. The characters are very interesting individuals and Elizabeth does a really good job of making them come to live. There are surprising twists and turns, I could never guess what would happen next. Though I really admired the strength and resilience of Alma Whittiker, on many instances, I really wished the author would give her break from denying her the most basic emotional support and comforts. At times I felt so sorry for Alma that I would have sent my own husband to her!
None, I think this is the 1st of the kind for me.
The most memorable was in the cave with Tomorrow Morning. It reinforces my earlier comments on the unpredictability of this book. One moment, both Almer and Tomorrow Morning are mourning the death of a man they both loved, the next they shared sexual pleasures! How bizarre - she finds a man that had sex with her man, then she gave him a blowjob too! And funny enough, it felt sweet.
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