Award-winning author Stuart Woods has crafted a masterful novel no reader will soon forget. For years, Liz Barwick has been battered by her brutal husband, a famous pro football player. The beautiful and talented photographer retreats to an island paradise off Georgia’s coast to find solitude - and herself.
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Everything. Read like a Lifetime movie. Flat steroetyped characters, predictable storyline, stiff dialogue.
I don't know - I could swear I read something really good by Woods in the past. This was set in the 80's, and it makes me wonder if it was an early effort.
The heroine was colorless, the detective a monotone, the black characters cliched. Not my favorite reading.
So disappointed. Almost sent it back, wish I hadn't stuck it out. Meh.
The narrator was obnoxious from the very beginning. She has a way of ending 2 out of 3 sentences as though it were a question with this little inflection in her voice. If that weren't bad enough she would talk in this breathy tone at a place in the story where was not warranted and distracted from the story. I won't listen to her again.
Learning about the twins past
A whole new narrator
I loved this book because it kept me engaged to the end. character actors were convincing in every thought and was clear and concise.
The book could have been a nonfiction bio of Liz Barwick married life.
The author connected characters and places wonderfully.
For this book, everything was right.
I am from Georgia and the narrator massage my vivid imagination as though I was there in every place.
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