Her Fearful Symmetry
Publish date: September 29th 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
I really enjoyed this, except for the ending. I don't want to spoil it so I will just say that there were a number of far better ways to end this, other than the one Niffenegger chose. I really enjoyed reading about the twins, especially the fact that they were mirror images of each other (which I h...
From the beginning I knew that Her Fearful Symmetry would not be the absolute masterpiece that The Time Traveler’s Wife was. Over the years I’ve read countless reviews, most that were less than stellar and I knew that the only way to get through Her Fearful Symmetry was to do my best at banishing an...
A little obvious but I enjoyed it, up until the slightly disappointing end.
Ghost story? No problem. Fun, even. Ridiculous medically implausible twist? You lost me. HFS borrows from the 19th century playbook of young girls falling for much older men, which in today's world is a tad creepy. I failed to be charmed. This book felt like a chore.
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