Thursday, February 12, 2015

review: wake by anna hope

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Focusing on three women living in Europe shortly after World War I, it takes Anna Hope a while to bring it all together in Wake which makes the start of novel slow and unfocused. Once the three women become connected through Captain Edward Montfort, the story starts to pick up though it was still hard to connect with the characters due to the scene shifting so frequently. The perspective here is interesting, but Hope then fails to provide any sort of conclusion after revealing a secret that has been kept from one of the women. That should have been the story.
Review copy from Amazon Vine.

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