I'm an architecture professional and I've always been interested in the social context of FLW's work, along with his shocking and very public way of life. This book is, of course, dramatized, but I felt like the actual writing quality was very poor. There were entire sections of the book I had to 'work' to get through, and it was ridiculously complicated to follow. The book is arranged with each wife (or the author) telling the story from their perspective in various chapters. However, there's no indication who's perspective it is before you start reading, and they're not arranged in chronological order. With so many wives it's hard to know who is narrating the book and, if you don't already know the entire timeline of Frank Lloyd Wright's career, you have little if any idea where on the scale of time you are in the novel at any given moment. I did get to the end of the book, but after much confusion and labor. The content is, naturally, fascinating. But the way it's arranged makes it a chore to sift through. Needless to say I found it a colossal disappointment.