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The Behavior of Moths - Poppy Adams, Sandra Duncan
The Behavior of Moths
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Format: audiobook
ISBN: 9781407428932 (1407428934)
Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks
Edition language: English
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My Bookathone
My Bookathone rated it
4.0 The Behaviour of Moths
This book talks a great deal about moths and lepidoptery practices, along with a parallel heart touching story of two sisters. Both going through a series of events, and tragedies, which are incomparable with each other. The elder sister Virginia, is an established professional scientist but an alie...
Kinga's Books
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4.0 Poppy Adams - The Behaviour of Moths
Two sisters meet again after years of estrangement. The air is heavy with resentment and grudges. We learn the story from Ginny the narrator. We hope to get the unbiased account of events because Ginny is supposed to be the reasonable and sensible one, the scientist. Sometimes later we, of course, r...
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4.0 The Behaviour Of Moths
In this dark, yet fascinating story, two estranged sisters, drawn to each other like moths to a flame, show just how dangerous such a reunion can be. Read my review of this excellent debut novel here https://tcl-bookreviews.com/2014/08/16/that-which-emerges-from-her-cocoons/
The City Of Invention
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5.0 Sinister Tales Of A Dysfunctional Family
A fascinating debut novel from an author with enormous promise, The Behaviour Of Moths is the neo-gothic story of a dysfunctional family told from the viewpoint of the obsessional, deluded and probably autistic elder daughter, Virginia. Set in a huge, crumbling mansion in Dorset, the narrative focus...
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3.0 The Sister
Overall, it was an interesting story. It was definitely a page turner--I don't think I would read it again, but it did make you want to keep reading. Some parts of the story were a little far-fetched, but that doesn't make or break a book for me. So...I would say that it is an entertaining novel--no...
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