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  • Posted April 3, 2011

    Interesting material, tough read

    I was initially intrigued by the subject matter, having not read any historical fiction set around the Jewish-South. Maybe it is because I tend to read only at night, but I found myself constantly having to reread many pages just to keep up with what was going on. Glickman's style of writing, and lack of quotation marks, was not a natural 'reading' voice for me and caused me to lose track of what characters were saying what. It is only because of my interest in the subject matter that I stuck with it. Her character development was thorough enough, and believable. But beyond that, I was not satisfied with this first book. I was stunned by the abrupt ending. As I was reading it on my Nook, I was not expecting it to end when it did - a full 20 or so pages before the last page. I felt that some of the story was left unfinished. I will definitely "try before buying" her next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2011

    unsure

    I felt the author left a lot of loose ends. The brother- the parents- etc.
    Pages rambled into one another. It would seem the author was unaware of the traditions of the Jewish beliefs. 03102011

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2013

    Home in the Morning

    This first book by Glickman is an interesting look at growing up Jewish in the South. I had actually already got her book, One More River, and realized it was her second. Glad to have read this first, as it lays out some of the cast of characters that follow. While short, this story packs a lot in. Worth the read.

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