In three words I deem this book: witty, authentic, and unforgettable.
This book was formally reviewed here. And upon finishing her review I decided to read it myself. I'm always interested in a good love story, especially when compared to Rhett and Scarlett from Gone with the Wind. In short, I thoroughly enjoyed the adventure I was taken on by Mrs. Captain Jack Elliot, formally Miss Prine.
4 out of 5 stars
I liked the"book group discussions" offered in the back of the book - specifically these two questions below. What do you think?
- Using first-person narrator limits the reader's perspective. At times, one may feel that Sarah is neither honest with herself nor correctly interpreting others' actions or feelings. How might the book have changed if it were written in third person?
- Does it mean anything that we never know Sarah's mother's name?