Book Reviews of Stay a Little Longer (Tucker Family)

Stay a Little Longer (Tucker Family)
Stay a Little Longer - Tucker Family
Author: Dorothy Garlock
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ISBN-13: 9781609981556
ISBN-10: 1609981553
Publication Date: 3/15/2011
Pages: 1
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: AudioGO
Book Type: Audio CD
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This book was a shock I cant believe I read the whole thing! The story was plodding and turgid; the characters were uninteresting and rather cardboard-like in behavior. The story was presented as over-blown high drama.

This story takes place in the years following World War I. Rachel is holding her family together, with little help from the other adults in the family. She runs the familys boardinghouse and has supplanted her mother as the towns midwife.

Louise Watkins (the mother of Alice and Rachel), has retreated to her room on a full-time basis since the death of her favorite daughter (Alice). Uncle Otis is the town drunk. Charlotte, Alices daughter, is a pouty brat.

The main male character, Mason Tucker, offers a poor reason for abandoning his wife and father for 8 years! His brother, Zachary Tucker, is as wicked as they come. As the towns banker, Zachary has used devious and violent methods to increase his wealth.

Frankly, I couldnt care less about the people and what happened to them. The romance between Rachel and Mason moved slower than syrup sliding down a cold jar!

If you insist on reading this drivel, be sure you check it out from a library. It isnt worth your hard-earned money!
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This book was a shock I cant believe I read the whole thing! The story was plodding and turgid; the characters were uninteresting and rather cardboard-like in behavior.
This story takes place in the years following World War I. Rachel is holding her family together, with little help from the other adults in the family. She runs the familys boardinghouse and has supplanted her mother as the towns midwife.

Louise Watkins (the mother of Alice and Rachel), has retreated to her room on a full-time basis since the death of her favorite daughter (Alice). Uncle Otis is the town drunk. Charlotte, Alices daughter, is a pouty brat.

The main male character, Mason Tucker, offers a poor reason for abandoning his wife and father for 8 years! His brother, Zachary Tucker, is as wicked as they come. As the towns banker, Zachary has used devious and violent methods to increase his wealth.

Frankly, I couldnt care less about the people and what happened to them. The romance between Rachel and Mason moved slower than syrup sliding down a cold jar! Masons regrets were unbelievable and short-lived.

If you insist on reading this drivel, be sure you check it out from a library. It isnt worth your hard-earned money!
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A great read, so nice to read a good story without vulgarities.
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This was an interesting portrait of what happens in the aftermath of war. A well-crafted story that was difficult to put down.
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This book was a shock I cant believe I read the whole thing! The story was plodding and turgid; the characters were uninteresting and rather cardboard-like in behavior. The story was presented as over-blown high drama.

This story takes place in the years following World War I. Rachel is holding her family together, with little help from the other adults in the family. She runs the familys boardinghouse and has supplanted her mother as the towns midwife.

Louise Watkins (the mother of Alice and Rachel), has retreated to her room on a full-time basis since the death of her favorite daughter (Alice). Uncle Otis is the town drunk. Charlotte, Alices daughter, is a pouty brat.

The main male character, Mason Tucker, offers a poor reason for abandoning his wife and father for 8 years! His brother, Zachary Tucker, is as wicked as they come. As the towns banker, Zachary has used devious and violent methods to increase his wealth.

Frankly, I couldnt care less about the people and what happened to them. The romance between Rachel and Mason moved slower than syrup sliding down a cold jar!

If you insist on reading this drivel, be sure you check it out from a library. It isnt worth your hard-earned money!
reviewed Stay a Little Longer (Tucker Family) on + 1542 more book reviews
This book was a shock I cant believe I read the whole thing! The story was plodding and turgid; the characters were uninteresting and rather cardboard-like in behavior.
This story takes place in the years following World War I. Rachel is holding her family together, with little help from the other adults in the family. She runs the familys boardinghouse and has supplanted her mother as the towns midwife.

Louise Watkins (the mother of Alice and Rachel), has retreated to her room on a full-time basis since the death of her favorite daughter (Alice). Uncle Otis is the town drunk. Charlotte, Alices daughter, is a pouty brat.

The main male character, Mason Tucker, offers a poor reason for abandoning his wife and father for 8 years! His brother, Zachary Tucker, is as wicked as they come. As the towns banker, Zachary has used devious and violent methods to increase his wealth.

Frankly, I couldnt care less about the people and what happened to them. The romance between Rachel and Mason moved slower than syrup sliding down a cold jar! Masons regrets were unbelievable and short-lived.

If you insist on reading this, be sure you check it out from a library. It isnt worth your hard-earned money!
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I really enjoyed this book. It's the first time I have read a Dorotht Garlock book and I plan to read more.
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This is the first book I've read by this author. I found the story to be predictable but I look forward to reading more of the author's books.