Review from OnlineBookClub.org
Can a person’s identity be defined by his success? The actions of his children? Can one grievous transgression destroy years of work in building a name?
I give this book a 4 out of 4 stars. What I liked most about the book is the character development- in the main character, but also the supporting ones. I could see the attitude and outlook of the characters changing throughout the story, reflected in their thoughts and actions. This transformation raises questions. Do money, prestige, and power change people? Is blood really thicker than water? Is one’s predisposition to certain character traits a product of the environment, or more driven by genes? Is a crime ever justifiable?
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