Review from OnlineBookClub.org
One of the things I liked most about the book was how fast-paced it was. I never got bored reading it. The book is divided into three sections. The beginning introduces the reader to all the main characters and basically shows Lucy’s life before Hower Bain and at the start of her time with him. The second part involves time Lucy spent in Ghana and in the third part, Lucy helps with a political campaign. The story was constantly changing. Just when things seemed like they were calming down, something unexpected happened. I actually said “oh my gosh” out loud at a few different points. Coles includes many subjects in this book including love, hate, murder, rape, medical malpractice, death, alcoholism, and tough family dynamics. The story kept me engaged the entire time.
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