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Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Emilie - Goodreads

This book was very well written and had a wonderful premise. It started so well and was so promising that it's ending landed with a decided thud. The sum of this novel feels like only the first half ... Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Alisa - Goodreads

This is a beautifully written book about Amie McBee (short for Amen), her family, and Mr. Tominski, a recluse who lives on the far end of the family's property. The words themselves are very simple ... Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Linda Lipko - Goodreads

This is sparse, powerful and wonderfully written. Filled with lovely poetic images of life in 1889, it is a tale of impressions seen through the eyes of Amen McBee, the youngest of five sisters. Mr ... Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Laela - Goodreads

Interesting book for a girl age 9 - 12. Amy is the youngest sister of a wealthy family at the turn of the century. There is some mystery surrounding a man who works for papa. Should Amy turst what her sisters say about the man or what her Papa tells her? Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Nicole - Goodreads

I thought the story was too short. I would have liked to see it have more depth, last longer, cover more of Amen's life. I have to admit, the Bella's were my favorite. "E, E, E" cracked me up over and over again. Silly I know, but the mental visual was hilarious. Read full review

Review: Keeper of the Doves

User Review  - Lucia - Goodreads

This was a fast listen-to based at the turn of a different century, 1899, with Amen as the youngest sister of five girls. She hates to hear the story about when she was born and her father cried because she was not a boy. I enjoyed it. Read full review


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