I enjoyed the history and the description of setting very much. I got tired of the character, Rosa; while she is protrayed as a strong female character, you never really see her get angry. She thinks fast and puts her children first but other than that, I see her as very passive and got tired of hearing her voice.
Christina Moore does a good job with the characters, and showing their emotions the way she does helps the reader to actually feel the way they do.
I'm about half-way through and very bored with it. I haven't decided if I want to finish or not. I have always enjoyed Jennifer Chiaverini's novels so probably should see it through to the end.
From the first chapter, this book grabbed me. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the narration is good as well.
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