The Imposter Bride
Publish date: March 20th 2012
Publisher: Harper Collins Canada
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, World War II
I found this book to be interesting as I was reading it, at least in the context of Ruth, the daughter of "Lily", Ruth's mother and the imposter referred to in the title. Lily's sections though, seemed a lot more superficial in some aspects, but engaging and heart-warming in other aspects -- hard t...
3.5/5 StarsFirst off, I must say that this book was TOTALLY different than what I had expected it to be. In my opinion, it was much more of a mystery with little focus put onto the "bride" than what the book jacket let on. However, I loved the mystery and the unusual storyline of the book. Second, t...
Sorry, but there was not enough story to encourage me to continue reading to see what the big mystery was. The POV/time switches were very jarring and distracted from the reading experience. I began to lose track of who was who and what time frame we were in. Would have worked better from the daught...
I found The Imposter Bride to be an engaging and character driven book. The story can be quite bleak but the characters kept me reading.The story is told in alternating chapters by Lily and her daughter Ruth. Even though the book begins with Lily the story really belongs to Ruth. She is only an infa...
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