Toronto, ON, Canada | Member Since 2012
The part when the main characters attended art openings was perfect. It wasn't apparent what or where this plot was going, which was refreshing. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this book.
This was a mediocre story, it felt like it might go somewhere but nothing particularly exciting happened, overall unsatisfying.
There was a fairly well developed background of immigrant life in New York in 1900's, but it did not overshadow the story. It was interesting to see the unusual character's perspective on the "modern western lifestyle" etc.
This book was fairly well written, not too low brow, fairly believable and likeable characters. I enjoyed the flow of the story even though I figured out the "mystery" well before the end.
It has a good solid story with many mysteries to "solve", very interesting and engaging.
This was a really enjoyable read, I hope there is more to come from this author.
Anyone that liked 50 shades of grey and didn't want to shake the main character.
I enjoyed the Toronto backdrop in the story.
I have a hard time reading books with characters that have low self esteem. I have no sympathy for either main character.
As a fan of this series I found this instalment adequate. There was nothing thrilling or compelling.
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