Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The comforting and alienating effects of family closeness are portrayed with appealing warmth and wit in the third novel from the Massachusetts author (The Whole World Over, 2006, etc.).It's a tale of two sisters: city mouse Louisa Jardine, who shapes a career and an erratic love life out of her experience in New York City's art world, and her younger sibling Clement, an ever-itinerant wildlife ... Read full review

Review: I See You Everywhere

Editorial Review - - Norah Piehl

"We are as different as white chocolate and seaweed," considers one of the sisters at the center of Julia Glass's third work of fiction, I SEE YOU EVERYWHERE. Novels about sisters who are polar opposites, who often live life in tension with one another, are nothing new. Glass's talent, however, is to find perceptive moments of clarity within wellworn territory. Here she uses an episodic ... Read full review

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Found this book to be very confusing and not at all interesting. I had a hard time finishing it 'cause I didn't care about any of the characters or the plot. Sept. 30, 2009

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If you're looking for a relatively happy journey between two sisters, this isn't the story for you. The novel is riddled with resentment, anger and tragedy. I suppose it wasn't what I expected.

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I was not able to finish this book. I found it so boring after about 100 pages. It is about two sisters and their relationship but it was very disjointed and I wasn't sure where it was going. I didn't like the sisters either.

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not as good as Three Junes. read about 1/3

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