Now the McNair children are growing older, discovering love, college, and careers. But their lie haunts them. Their home holds them captive. Only the horrifying truth of their mother's death can set the children free. And only the truth can destroy them all.
"Brilliantly plotted, lyrically written, alluring and magical, mesmerizing, terrifying, and heartbreakingly funny....a wrenching masterpiece" (Booklist)
"A spooky, consolatory fable....Sensitive, moving, and gently haunting." (Kirkus Reviews)
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Not as good as expected
This book started out with a bang, but sort of meandered the rest of the way. The narrator got on nerves after awhile.
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- John Galt
I love this book and author. One of my faves. The narrator is brilliant. Enjoy!