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Posted July 26, 2004
LACKS FOUNDATION FOR CHARACTERS' ACTIONS
This novel contains a ridiculous chain of events and character actions, most occurring without any necessary foundation to explain them. Yvette, totally disappointed in her lackluster husband steps out of the story for a while, then returns in a celebration to renew her marriage vows with this same husband saying, he was the best man for her. There is no evidence of how or why her feelings suddenly changed. Similarly, her daughter Clarissa seems to have an insatiable appetite for men, and with no provocation the reader is aware of, announces herself to be a lesbian. This is a novel where dreams are so totally accepted as precursors of events to happen within the next 24 hours, that the dreamer need not express any evident surprise when his or her dream comes to fruition. A very disappointing read.
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