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But what really surprised me was the writing. - Goodreads
There is character development, of sorts. - Goodreads
A disappointing attempt from a talented writer. - Kirkus Reviews
Review: The Book of DahliaUser Review - Pam Gary - Goodreads
I'm a breast cancer patient; and I thank-you for writing an honest story about the emotions of cancer. Elisa Albert has either experienced cancer herself or with someone she is close to, or she did a ... Read full review
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Review: The Book of DahliaUser Review - Brittany Mcdaniel - Goodreads
Would receive a 5, however, I feel one more round of edits could have heightened the prose. Albert peaks with her description of Dahlia's NYC exploits and the final scene. Had some minor issues with ... Read full review
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