I loved Jincy's other book Jenny and the Jaws of life but thought this one was just okay.
I enjoyed this book. I liked Dorca's cynical observations and wit, especially about her neighbors and the library patrons. I also liked how she grew to appreciate her twin sister Abigail.
good, fast read. A bit confusioning and no real conclusion.
An entertaining read. I enjoyed it.
Pretty funny book about life in New England with some crusty old sisters.
A very funny (though dark) novel. I'm looking forward to Willett's next one!
I just reread this book again. A good book that explores family relationships focusing on two sisters. It's fun and witty and keeps you interested until the end, even though you know what's going to happen.
One of the funniest books I've read in quite a while! A book about sisterhood without the pretentions or the sappy emotions. The main character is blunt, honest and rational; she makes hilarious commentary about her sister's illicit behaviour and affairs, even though she still does what she can to help. This book also has one of the best "casts" of supporting characters. A very funny, intelligent book.
Great satire. A fun read. Author uses language beautifully.