14 Jul

It was difficult for me to put this book down once I started it.  Every time I thought I had something figured out, the author switched things up and I'd have to rethink everything. It's hard to say much on what this book is about because I think it's best to let all the details surprise you as you read.

I'm a diehard Happily Ever After kind of woman. If it doesn't have a happy ending, I don't want to read it.  Let's face it, there are enough sad endings in the world. Why do I want to spend my free time reading one? (As an aside, I totally blame this on an Amish "romance" I read thirty years ago where the author killed off the hero in the next to last chapter. It left me scarred for life).

I say all that because as we got closer and closer to the end, I became more and more worried about the ending. And while I have been known to read the ending first, I didn't in this case (probably because I read it too fast) and I'm so glad. Schwab is a masterful storyteller. You're in good hands.

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