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User Review  - olevia - LibraryThing

Read this not long after it was published. While shopping in a local thrift shop a few months back, I found a copy of the book. Since I couldn't remember much of the story, I decided to read it again. Glad I did. Read full review

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User Review  - ahef1963 - LibraryThing

Recently-bereaved Paul, father of three grown boys, is on a package holiday to Greece. Fenno, one of his sons, bookstore-owner, openly gay, lives in New York City above his shop. Fern, who as a very ... Read full review

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User Review  - Booktrovert - LibraryThing

This book is one of my most favourite reads in a long time. Glass did a tremendous job creating interesting characters and wove them expertly into a subtly strong novel. It is certainly a character ... Read full review

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User Review  - sberson - LibraryThing

This writer is simply very very good. Her use of time shifting is dramatic and effective. I did not know that tsome of the characters in "Three Junes" also appear in "The Whole World Over". I unfortunately read them in reverse order. Read full review

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User Review  - ParadisePorch - LibraryThing

If this hadn’t won the National Book Award in 2002, I’d tell you it was a women’s novel, and a mediocre one at that. I might still tell you that. Three summers (1989, 1995, & 1999) in the life of a ... Read full review

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User Review  - judithrs - LibraryThing

I thought the "Junes" were girls' names but the "Junes" are months set apart by several years. Each June section relates the events in the lives of a Scottish family. There are frequent flashbacks as ... Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

This is more three related stories--a short novel flanked by two novellas--than an integrated novel. They're united by being set in three June months and one character appears in all three stories ... Read full review

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User Review  - gibgon - LibraryThing

this book was fantastic i personally love the character potrayed by Mal .he had this aura about which had an impact on my life....ganerally the book was amazing ,the ending was a bit confusing but you ... Read full review

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User Review  - turtlesleap - LibraryThing

This is a dazzling first novel. I look forward to more from Ms. Glass. Essentially, the story is an examination of the lives and loves of a family, the McCleods, over a decade (1989-1999). Fenno, the ... Read full review

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User Review  - nycbookgirl - LibraryThing

The book revolves around a Scottish family, the McLeods. The books starts out in June of 1989 with Paul McLeod, recently widowed, taking a vacation in Greece. There are flashbacks to his past life ... Read full review


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