I disliked this novel. I really disliked the characterization of one of the main characters, Charlotte, because I felt like her feelings came from nowhere real. She was an unrealistic character, there was nothing real to back up how she felt and acted. After reading 219 pages, I got sick of all the repetition, and I read the end, the denouement of the mystery, and felt sickened and said to myself: " This could only have been written by a man! " If you are a woman and/or a feminist, you might want to skip this one. I didn't believe anything at all about the end. It just sickened me, and made me wish I had taken my own advice, and not read the book at all. I feel that only a man, could have written so unconvincingly about his main woman character, and believed such a maudlin, unrealistic ending.
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