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Phenominal BookUser Review - lovebeach - Overstock.com
I dont write book reviews as you will be able to tell but I was prompted to write a review about this book. It was a wonderful book which I understand is a combination of three books that I have not ... Read full review
A bit of Faulkner, a bit of Twain. In the [first part of the] story told by multiple narrators - each gives their own take on the life of E.J. Watson. The second part on how Watson's history comes to be written [by a son], and the third part told by Watson himself. You know from the beginning that he's going to be killed, but it's only when you finish that you find out why. The number of relatives and other characters in the story is a bit daunting, but stick with it. If you're like I was, when you finish, you'll want to start again at the beginning.