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In the vein of an American Elena Ferrante, a captivating debut novel about the tangled fates of two best friends and daughters of the Italian mafia, and a coming-of-age story of twentieth-century Brooklyn. Two daughters. Two families. One inescapable fate. Sofia Colicchio is a free spirit, a loud, untamed thing. Antonia Russo is thoughtful, ever observing the world around he In the vein of an American Elena Ferrante, a captivating debut novel about the tangled fates of two best friends and daughters of the Italian mafia, and a coming-of-age story of twentieth-century Brooklyn. Two daughters. Two families. One inescapable fate. Sofia Colicchio is a free spirit, a loud, untamed thing. Antonia Russo is thoughtful, ever observing the world around her. Best friends from birth, their homes share a brick wall and their fathers are part of an unspoken community that connects them all: the Family. Sunday dinners gather the Family each week to feast, discuss business, and renew the intoxicating bond borne of blood and love. Until Antonia’s father dares to dream of a different life and goes missing soon after. His disappearance drives a whisper-thin wedge between Sofia and Antonia as they become women, wives, mothers, and leaders, all the while maintaining a complex and at times conflicted friendship. Both women are pushing against the walls of a prison made up of expectations, even as they remain bound to one another, their hearts expanding in tandem with Red Hook and Brooklyn around them. One fateful night their loyalty to each other and the Family will be tested. Only one of them can pull the trigger before it’s too late.


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In the vein of an American Elena Ferrante, a captivating debut novel about the tangled fates of two best friends and daughters of the Italian mafia, and a coming-of-age story of twentieth-century Brooklyn. Two daughters. Two families. One inescapable fate. Sofia Colicchio is a free spirit, a loud, untamed thing. Antonia Russo is thoughtful, ever observing the world around he In the vein of an American Elena Ferrante, a captivating debut novel about the tangled fates of two best friends and daughters of the Italian mafia, and a coming-of-age story of twentieth-century Brooklyn. Two daughters. Two families. One inescapable fate. Sofia Colicchio is a free spirit, a loud, untamed thing. Antonia Russo is thoughtful, ever observing the world around her. Best friends from birth, their homes share a brick wall and their fathers are part of an unspoken community that connects them all: the Family. Sunday dinners gather the Family each week to feast, discuss business, and renew the intoxicating bond borne of blood and love. Until Antonia’s father dares to dream of a different life and goes missing soon after. His disappearance drives a whisper-thin wedge between Sofia and Antonia as they become women, wives, mothers, and leaders, all the while maintaining a complex and at times conflicted friendship. Both women are pushing against the walls of a prison made up of expectations, even as they remain bound to one another, their hearts expanding in tandem with Red Hook and Brooklyn around them. One fateful night their loyalty to each other and the Family will be tested. Only one of them can pull the trigger before it’s too late.

30 review for The Family

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tracie

    There's a meme going around asking what if legitimate books got reviews like fanfiction. Let me tell you, I loved this book so much my first instinct is just to leave a key smash. Krupitsky's technical skill is astounding. We dip in and out of various characters heads, but it's done beautifully. The whole book is lyrically beautiful. I'm a woman who has always loved mafia stories-The Godfather, The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, etc. Even before I read the author's notes I could see these influences i There's a meme going around asking what if legitimate books got reviews like fanfiction. Let me tell you, I loved this book so much my first instinct is just to leave a key smash. Krupitsky's technical skill is astounding. We dip in and out of various characters heads, but it's done beautifully. The whole book is lyrically beautiful. I'm a woman who has always loved mafia stories-The Godfather, The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, etc. Even before I read the author's notes I could see these influences in Krupitsky's writing. This is genre-breaking, though, in that Krupitsky's story is driven by the women in the Family. Women in mafia stories are often mocked or overlooked. (Mama Corleone doesn't even have a name!) Krupitsky delves into the female perspective on the burgeoning mafia of the early 20th century and develops two generations of extraordinarily interesting, infuriating, and complex women who are just as real, dynamic, and interesting as the men carrying the guns. Sofia and Antonia are seriously both triumphs. Their friendship is so carefully wrought on the page. I can't wait to sell this book this fall.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Candace

    The daughters of Italian immigrants in 1920s Brooklyn, Antonia and Sofia are the closest of friends, more than sisters. They do not have any other friends because the neighbors know that their families are part of the Family, the mob. This seems like any other job the the girls until Antonia's father is called out for a walk with the boss and does not return. Antonia is the last person in the world to imagine she would marry a Family man, but she does, as does Sofia. They both want more in their The daughters of Italian immigrants in 1920s Brooklyn, Antonia and Sofia are the closest of friends, more than sisters. They do not have any other friends because the neighbors know that their families are part of the Family, the mob. This seems like any other job the the girls until Antonia's father is called out for a walk with the boss and does not return. Antonia is the last person in the world to imagine she would marry a Family man, but she does, as does Sofia. They both want more in their lives and will they find it? Or is it too dangerous? "The Family" is written with a calm, powerful style, filled with the gravitas the Family men see themselves possessing. It is not a flamboyant book, but one focused on relationships, and a sense of history. There's a satisfying end, until you think about it for a minute and say, "oh, boy. Now what?" Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for access to this title.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Hamel

    Sofia and Antonia and the Italian Mafia This is not another mafia story. The angle focuses on two girls, Sofia and Antonia, the former the daughter of the head of The Family. Close, devoted friends form birth, these best friends are an example of a strong, almost unbreakable bond. They know each other well, their strengths and weaknesses. They are different, however, and have spent their short lifetimes not judging each other (most of the time). Sofia Colicchio is more of a free spirit, but she is Sofia and Antonia and the Italian Mafia This is not another mafia story. The angle focuses on two girls, Sofia and Antonia, the former the daughter of the head of The Family. Close, devoted friends form birth, these best friends are an example of a strong, almost unbreakable bond. They know each other well, their strengths and weaknesses. They are different, however, and have spent their short lifetimes not judging each other (most of the time). Sofia Colicchio is more of a free spirit, but she is allowed her small transgressions because her father, Joey, is the head of the Family. Antonia thinks on a deeper level and is more observant of others’ travails. Antonia’s father, Carlo, is also part of the “mob,” but when he dared to carve out a different life for himself, he “disappeared.” I’ve read many mafia family stories but Krupitsky’s positioning reminded me of Elena Ferrante and her saga of two best girlfriends. It is more than those that have and the have-nots. This story is complex because the Sofia and Antonia represent a more modern woman, who can fashion a life for herself or dare to marry a Jewish man or a young Italian whose goal is to climb to the Family’s power ladder. The author emphasizes the other main characters, also. Rosa, the wife of Joey, and Lina, the widow of Carlo. They, too were the best of friends, until Carlo was gone. Lina’s suffering jarred me and her pain seeped into her daughter’s life, with little remorse. There are many facets to the Family but there is a common theme, similar to the dialogue I’ve seen in the movies. Those in power play a conversational game, they are polite, asking about their families, expecting total respect and one never knows what they did or what killing they are planning. These men play the politeness game; the women are more forthright, some accepting and loyal, some are not. The story takes place in New York with their territories always vying for power. It is complex but does not compare to the intricacy of Sofia and Antonia’s friendship. There is more than mafia entanglements in this book. Krupitsky did a deft job of postpartum depression and the depths of character of a Jewish boy caught up in this clique. It is a strong story with profound characterizations. The title The Family lacks originality and does not set it apart from other mafia books. She needed a better book title, I was surprised that she chose a common one. The title could deter readers. However, I recommend the book. My gratitude to NetGalley and Penguin Group Putnam for this pre-published book. All opinions expressed are my own.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Book Clubber

    Family. The unit created by parents and children where love, trust and safety are assured. Unless your family is the Family, where the men are gangsters, the women are long-suffering and duty is everything. At page 26, I knew I was going to give this book five stars. The writing is exquisite. It’s like a word painting, the imagery is so vivid and evocative. If you enjoy literary fiction, this is a real treat. Spanning the 1920s to the 1940s, this historical fiction is written in present tense, g Family. The unit created by parents and children where love, trust and safety are assured. Unless your family is the Family, where the men are gangsters, the women are long-suffering and duty is everything. At page 26, I knew I was going to give this book five stars. The writing is exquisite. It’s like a word painting, the imagery is so vivid and evocative. If you enjoy literary fiction, this is a real treat. Spanning the 1920s to the 1940s, this historical fiction is written in present tense, giving it a sense of immediacy which serves the story beautifully. It follows Antonia and Sofia, best friends from birth. Their fathers are part of the Family. One wants a better life for his family, away from violence and crime. He tries to escape but pays the ultimate price. This changes Antonia and Sofia’s friendship forever, however their bond is unbreakable. Together they grow up, fall in love, marry and have children - all within the confines of the Family. They are forced to surrender control over their lives and resign themselves to the needs and expectations of their husbands, children and parents. The book simmers with the tension of power struggles, secrets and treachery, the heat gradually increasing in intensity until it reaches boiling point, when the women decide to take matters into their own hands. I encourage you to pull out your diary, flip forward to January 6 – the release date of this debut novel by Naomi Krupitsky – and write yourself a note to buy it. It has bestseller written all over it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Christina Sweeney-Baird

    I so enjoyed this - I’ve not read much historical fiction set in the early 20th century and this is vividly drawn and brilliantly researched. Ann Patchett meets The Godfather. The Family follows two girls - Sofia and Antonia - born into mob families and spans their childhoods through to their twenties. The prose is divine.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Coley

    Once you belong toThe Family you are in it for life. Antonia and Sofia are destined to be best friends since birth, neighbors of the same age, in Brooklyn in the 1920's. Their fathers both work for The Family, but we see it from the girls' eyes, as they are younger - we bounce back and forth between the two. Antonia's father is troubled - he wants out and suddenly, he disappears. Without a trace. Antonia's mother is taken cared for, because that's how The Family works. And because Sofia's father Once you belong toThe Family you are in it for life. Antonia and Sofia are destined to be best friends since birth, neighbors of the same age, in Brooklyn in the 1920's. Their fathers both work for The Family, but we see it from the girls' eyes, as they are younger - we bounce back and forth between the two. Antonia's father is troubled - he wants out and suddenly, he disappears. Without a trace. Antonia's mother is taken cared for, because that's how The Family works. And because Sofia's father has become the head of The Family. As the novel sways back and forth, the reader is taken on a thick journey through two women's different journeys as a mafia daughter, wife, and partner. Antonia and Sofia may have grown up as sisters, but they eventually grew apart, making their own decisions and life choices; only to be united by the same family in the end.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kim McGee

    There are rules to be followed in the family - you are loyal, you do what you are told and you never, ever leave. Sofia and Antonia are best friends growing up until Antonia's father "disappears". After leaving high school both their lives fall into a similar pattern and they are once again best friends. Both of their husbands work for the family but at some point it all becomes too much causing loyalties to be tested and rules to be broken. This is a classic Godfather story where the ambitions There are rules to be followed in the family - you are loyal, you do what you are told and you never, ever leave. Sofia and Antonia are best friends growing up until Antonia's father "disappears". After leaving high school both their lives fall into a similar pattern and they are once again best friends. Both of their husbands work for the family but at some point it all becomes too much causing loyalties to be tested and rules to be broken. This is a classic Godfather story where the ambitions of young people to do things differently than their parents weighs heavily against their ability to escape the same cycle. Themes of immigrant families, crime and friendship are all included in this historical debut look at New York. For Mario Puzo fans as well as other Italian American sagas. My thanks to the publisher for the advance copy.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Linda Quinn

    Sofia and Antonia meet as very young girls who quickly become best friends as their fathers work for the Family and most other kids won't go near them. As they grow they both dream of what their futures hold and how they'll live their lives separate from the Family, how they'll strike out on their own and find freedom to do what they want. Reality is much harder however and the women find exactly what it means to be Family and what they are willing to do to protect the families they've built. Sofia and Antonia meet as very young girls who quickly become best friends as their fathers work for the Family and most other kids won't go near them. As they grow they both dream of what their futures hold and how they'll live their lives separate from the Family, how they'll strike out on their own and find freedom to do what they want. Reality is much harder however and the women find exactly what it means to be Family and what they are willing to do to protect the families they've built.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristy Browning

    First of all, thank you to Penguin Random House and Netgalley for this ARC. I was initially drawn to this title after reading the description. I've always been fascinated with Mafia stories, but particularly those that delve into the families of the working men, so I instantly requested an ARC of this book. This is a very slow burn, but the writing is just lovely. The story of two girls who grow up together in the same Family (NYC Italian mafia, not blood) and form a bond that is stronger than b First of all, thank you to Penguin Random House and Netgalley for this ARC. I was initially drawn to this title after reading the description. I've always been fascinated with Mafia stories, but particularly those that delve into the families of the working men, so I instantly requested an ARC of this book. This is a very slow burn, but the writing is just lovely. The story of two girls who grow up together in the same Family (NYC Italian mafia, not blood) and form a bond that is stronger than blood. It begins as a heartbreaking story of two families that end up on different paths after the not-so mysterious disappearance of one of their fathers. You follow the girls as they become women, wives, and mothers, lose each other and find each other again. Krupitsky's writing is absolutely lovely, however, I find it hard to get hooked on a book that isn't very dialogue driven, so I would say it wasn't until I was about halfway done with this book before it got to the point where I couldn't put it down. However, that's definitely not a criticism of the writing - it's more of just how my brain follows a book. The foundation that Krupitsky builds for these characters is critical to your understanding of their actions once the story picks up, and boy does it ever pick up. By the last quarter of this book I was reading wide-eyed and flying through it to see what would happen next. To borrow some imagery from the book, I feel like this story moves much like the ocean. Slow, rolling waves at first, and by the end the waves are crashing to the shore with much force. This book will be released on 11/2/2021.

  10. 5 out of 5

    J.J.

    When I began reading this book, I was completely entranced by the rhythm and poetry of Naomi Krupitsky’s writing. Sofia and Antonia were as real to me as if I actually knew them. The slow pace and the intricate detail of every aspect of the girls’ lives was beautifully done. I found this to be so of all the female characters, every one of whom suffered doubts, fears and discrimination as members of ‘The Family’. The male characters never came alive for me in the same way because I felt I was onl When I began reading this book, I was completely entranced by the rhythm and poetry of Naomi Krupitsky’s writing. Sofia and Antonia were as real to me as if I actually knew them. The slow pace and the intricate detail of every aspect of the girls’ lives was beautifully done. I found this to be so of all the female characters, every one of whom suffered doubts, fears and discrimination as members of ‘The Family’. The male characters never came alive for me in the same way because I felt I was only seeing one side of them. Although Krupitsky didn’t go into quite the same depth as she did with the women, there was enough pain and angst there to sympathise with them (to a limited extent). What I found lacking was any sense of the coldness and brutality they should have brought to the story (with one exception). I found the middle section of the book interminable and nearly gave up in spite of the wonderful writing. I’m glad I didn’t because the ending was so unexpected that it brought me back into the story again. I had guessed some of it but there was a neat little twist at the end which I appreciated. Sadly, the drag of the middle section cost this otherwise excellent book its fifth star. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lesley Olariu

    Stories about the Mafia in early 20th century Brooklyn are not ones I would normally be drawn to, but this novel by Naomi Krupitsky drew me in slowly.”The Family” revolves around the friendship of Sofia and Antonia whose fathers both work for the mob in Brooklyn. As time passes, the growing knowledge that they are “different” to other children draws them closer together, puberty and romantic relationships cause confusion and rifts, marriage and motherhood tests and strengthens the bond. The eleph Stories about the Mafia in early 20th century Brooklyn are not ones I would normally be drawn to, but this novel by Naomi Krupitsky drew me in slowly.”The Family” revolves around the friendship of Sofia and Antonia whose fathers both work for the mob in Brooklyn. As time passes, the growing knowledge that they are “different” to other children draws them closer together, puberty and romantic relationships cause confusion and rifts, marriage and motherhood tests and strengthens the bond. The elephant in the room however is the “disappearance” of Antonia’s papa when she was eight, leaving her mother bitter and remote, and Antonia dreaming of escaping the mob family. Sofia also desires more than to be as her mother was before her. But duty, responsibilities, obligations and debt chain them all together in a complicated ritual of family gatherings, secret meetings, liaisons and betrayal. Love and guilt are driving factors. The tension is omnipresent and the ending seems preordained….but one is left wondering what next? The writing is thoughtful and considered, the characters are fleshed out so that we can empathise with or despise their motivations and actions. Thanks to Better Reading for the advance copy for review. .

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    Sofia and Antonia are best friends- closer than best friends, as are their parents. But being in 1940's Brooklyn in the Mob is a hard life. This saga is a mob story, centered around these two women and their families in The Family. Love The Godfather or the Soprano's but wish you knew what the women were thinking? This book is for you. The omniscient narrator tense took a little getting used to, but it also provided a glimpse into people's thoughts and motivations. I loved the family members' fri Sofia and Antonia are best friends- closer than best friends, as are their parents. But being in 1940's Brooklyn in the Mob is a hard life. This saga is a mob story, centered around these two women and their families in The Family. Love The Godfather or the Soprano's but wish you knew what the women were thinking? This book is for you. The omniscient narrator tense took a little getting used to, but it also provided a glimpse into people's thoughts and motivations. I loved the family members' friendships and loyalties and their silent desperations. I really, really liked this book (and had just watched the new Soprano's prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark so I was thirsty for some more mob stories.) I loved the time span, hearing about the family's origins, and how the gangster life affected them, particularly the women. If you like any of these things, pick up this book. Thank you to Netgalley for the advance copy for review. Scheduled to come out Nov 2, 2021.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mary Robinson

    The Family is a deep dive into friendship and family, as well as The Family. Antonia and Sofia have been together their whole lives, growing up neighbors, both of whose fathers were "made men", in the mob. Their friendship ebbs and wains, as each realizes her place in their world and thinks of leaving the Family or delving deeper into it. Through WWII, through high school, through marriage and motherhood, they lose and find each other repeatedly. The disappearance of Antonia's father never far f The Family is a deep dive into friendship and family, as well as The Family. Antonia and Sofia have been together their whole lives, growing up neighbors, both of whose fathers were "made men", in the mob. Their friendship ebbs and wains, as each realizes her place in their world and thinks of leaving the Family or delving deeper into it. Through WWII, through high school, through marriage and motherhood, they lose and find each other repeatedly. The disappearance of Antonia's father never far from their minds, it affects their choices and personalities, but their devotion to eachother overides their fears and their loyalties throughout everything. The writing in this novel is lucious and includes deeply described smells, feelings, sights, and tastes. I enjoyed every page!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    A debut novel with a fresh take on the traditional mob story. The Family tells the story of two best friends and daughters of a mob family in Brooklyn. If you enjoyed the Sopranos, be sure to read this book by Naomi Krupitsky. Antonia Russo and Sophia Colicchio have very different personalities but are connected by their family since childhood. Raised amidst mandatory Sunday dinners and the secrets behind the family business, the girls grow into women, wives and mothers. They each break the bound A debut novel with a fresh take on the traditional mob story. The Family tells the story of two best friends and daughters of a mob family in Brooklyn. If you enjoyed the Sopranos, be sure to read this book by Naomi Krupitsky. Antonia Russo and Sophia Colicchio have very different personalities but are connected by their family since childhood. Raised amidst mandatory Sunday dinners and the secrets behind the family business, the girls grow into women, wives and mothers. They each break the boundaries of the family’s expectations and develop into a role of strong, modern and independent women. I enjoyed the new twist of a female perspective on this subject and the coming-of-age tale of two friends bonded by more than blood. Thank you to NetGalley and Penguin Group for the advanced readers copy.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Belle

    This book reads like a dream. A dream that infiltrates other peoples imaginations. It reads like poetry, in the form of a novel. The style of writing is so smooth it skips from one character to another so seamlessly it feels like watching a movie. And it's hearty. How could it not be? Centered around mafia life the story follows the journey of two girls from girl-hood to woman-hood and it captures layer upon layer emotions, of hopes, of fears, of dreams, of secrets. Reading this I felt like I ha This book reads like a dream. A dream that infiltrates other peoples imaginations. It reads like poetry, in the form of a novel. The style of writing is so smooth it skips from one character to another so seamlessly it feels like watching a movie. And it's hearty. How could it not be? Centered around mafia life the story follows the journey of two girls from girl-hood to woman-hood and it captures layer upon layer emotions, of hopes, of fears, of dreams, of secrets. Reading this I felt like I had a front row viewing to someone else's family. But not just any family. THE Family. Completely absorbing. Utterly enthralling. Bellissimo.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    The Family Is a story of friendship and family. Not just any family – Brooklyn’s Italian crime family – and what people will do to be part of it or escape from it. At its heart is the close bond between two young girls, Sofia and Antonia, as we follow them over the course of 20 years from 1928 to 1948 through love and loss, growing together and apart, wanting to fit in and wanting something different. The disappearance of Antonia’s father who had tried to escape The Family for a simpler life, ha The Family Is a story of friendship and family. Not just any family – Brooklyn’s Italian crime family – and what people will do to be part of it or escape from it. At its heart is the close bond between two young girls, Sofia and Antonia, as we follow them over the course of 20 years from 1928 to 1948 through love and loss, growing together and apart, wanting to fit in and wanting something different. The disappearance of Antonia’s father who had tried to escape The Family for a simpler life, hangs over the girls and influences their decisions throughout their lives. The Family is a beautifully written debut novel and is as atmospheric as an Elena Ferrante novel.

  17. 5 out of 5

    BeautyntheBook

    This was an incredible novel based on family life in the Italian mafia in Brooklyn. Everyone knows that every family has drama and it takes the strength of the entire family to pull through the most trying times, but these two family dynamics, takes it to a total different level. Loyalties are tested and bonds are broken and I had several jaw-dropping moments because most of it came unexpectedly. Overall, I enjoyed the book and it gave me insight to a lifestyle I truly didn’t know much about. I This was an incredible novel based on family life in the Italian mafia in Brooklyn. Everyone knows that every family has drama and it takes the strength of the entire family to pull through the most trying times, but these two family dynamics, takes it to a total different level. Loyalties are tested and bonds are broken and I had several jaw-dropping moments because most of it came unexpectedly. Overall, I enjoyed the book and it gave me insight to a lifestyle I truly didn’t know much about. I would agree with other reviews, that this gives off major Godfather vibes!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jg

    Krupitsky writes about the close friendship between Antonia and Sofia and their families who are part of the mob. The girls grow up knowing this as it defines everything they do and who they are. But this is foremost a book about relationships between friends, wives and husbands, and families. Krupitsky has a cast of characters she fleshes out beautifully and her writing is like prose.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I liked the female-centric focus of this novel and the friendships that are formed. However, to me it felt very long-winded in places and while the relationships were interesting, the action seemed slow moving. I think I would have liked the story to more along at a quicker pace. Kindly received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ilyssa Wesche

    I liked this book right up until the end - I liked Saul especially - but the story moved so, so slowly that by the end I had kind of given up interest. OK I admit I also finished this book on a Friday night and my wine consumption may have interfered with my reading comprehension.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Claudia Silk

    If you are a fan of Sopranos, Godfather etc and like the perspective from the women this is a really good read. It was interesting to read a historical fiction novel about “the family” and this time period In Brooklyn. I couldn’t put it down.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kerrie Kellner

    A good read with well developed characters, not my usual fare. The twist at the end was not what I expected.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Pesnell

    Liked the description of the book, so decided to give it a try. It was very well written and enjoyed the story. Would recommend.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kristen McDermott

    My review of this book will appear in Historical Novels Review 98 (November 2021).

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    A debut novel looking at two girls growing up in the Mafia family in the 1960s. A story influenced by The Sopranos. This book did not shy away from the violence of the Mafia. There is also a motherhood theme and the challenges of being a working mother. But not in the traditional sense. An excellent debut. I am looking forward to the next by this author.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  27. 4 out of 5

    Julie Pocock

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

  30. 4 out of 5

    G.P. Putnam's Sons

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