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review 2017-10-24 21:39
Great love story.
Dear Aaron - Mariana Zapata Dear Aaron - Mariana Zapata

Yes, I got a bit impatient in the end with all the self-doubt and so on.

Some unnecessary misunderstanding.

 

But all in all a beautiful read.

 

Really really enjoyed it.

 

A slow burn love story that really lets you get to know the main characters.

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text 2017-10-08 23:18
Reading progress update: I've read 288 out of 365 pages.
Dear Daughter: A Novel - Elizabeth E. Little

I may very well leave the last chunk of this until tomorrow morning; we'll just have to see if Temptation conquers Tiredness. whatever...I have a feeling the "twist" (see blurbs) ending will go great with a morning coffee. beyond that--well, I'm afraid of what else Jane will find out about the life, and violent death, of her mother. I think the last few pieces of the puzzle will (a) be ugly, and (b) lead to Jane being in severe danger.

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text 2017-10-08 17:07
Reading progress update: I've read 238 out of 365 pages.
Dear Daughter: A Novel - Elizabeth E. Little

pretty far along with this, now; it reminds me of two books I recently enjoyed: it has a sassy style like Helen Fitzgerald's Viral (though the young, female first-person narrator is hiding a lot of pain and unresolved issues behind the glib cynicalness)--a book I loved--attached to a plot that's more like Hester Young's The Gates of Evangeline (a whiff of Gothic; family secrets; attractive men who may not be good for the heroine--no ghosts in Dear Daughter so far, though...well, no actual ghosts)--a book I loved even more. all that, and the book carves its own unique feel, its own distinct Mystery. hard to say if it will match those other two books, but it's workin' hard. I like it.

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text 2017-10-08 02:48
Reading progress update: I've read 112 out of 365 pages.
Dear Daughter: A Novel - Elizabeth E. Little

okay...that snapped my head back a bit. that's the kind of plot twist that instantly takes your mind off the two excellent plot twists in the book you finished just over 24 hours ago. which is a good thing, and now I'm hooked.

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text 2017-10-08 01:08
Reading progress update: I've read 78 out of 365 pages.
Dear Daughter: A Novel - Elizabeth E. Little

I'll probably sample a little more of this tonight--it's intriguing, but I have to hope the plot can match the narrator's voice, for sheer entertainment.

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