I might change the ending.
This book held my interest throughout but was certainly far from my favorite read.
It had some interesting twists and turns but was a bit trite and predictable.
And since when are folks in their early sixties considered "elderly"?
I learned a lot about WWI. My main criticism is the book went back and forth between war and sex in too simplistic a way.
Yes, because I liked the story. I found myself going to the Internet and looking up Hemmingway's life before the end because I wanted to see what part was true and what fictionalized.
Hard to stay. I guess Hadley because the story was in her voice.
No. She was clear and it was easy to distinguish characters.
Hemmingway, although I think I would find him dangerously seductive. After all, he had a pattern of marrying women then dumping them for another while still married.
This book did not get a 5 star because there was something a little bit slow about it and the writing was a little simplistic next to other audiobooks I've listened to. I almost put it away after the first part, but after I got through a rather banal beginning, the story line started to pick up and then I had to finish it.
The story was OK but mediocre. It is no Poisonwood Bible.
The ending was OK.
The audio was pretty well done.
I didn't read the print version
Different voices for different perspectivs.
Yes, although it wasn't possible.
This book gave fascinating insights into Mormonism and polygenous marriage in the context of absorbing fiction.
No. I found the characters unlikeable and the writing conventional.
They were good narrators, maybe made the audiobook better than the written book.
It was an easy read.
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