Review: The Gravedigger's DaughterEditorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Norah Piehl
If Joyce Carol Oates wrote a different kind of fiction, her legendary prolificacy would hardly be worth remarking. If she wrote romances or murder mysteries, for example, "churning out" a book a year would be par for the course. Oates, however, continually impresses readers, critics and other writers alike by consistently producing compelling, challenging fiction with only rare missteps. With THE ... Read full review
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I hated this book for half of the read. and it surprised. me. It was a lot like looking into someone's life in that it was full of events, both common and extraordinary and then the story moves on. The world continues to turn. Hated it/liked it.