I liked it The characters were developed but I "didn t like any if them I retty much thought they all got what they deserved Of them all "t like any if them I retty much thought they all got what they deserved Of them all liked Anne the most and I felt for Emma the most I would have loved for Emma to revail but that wouldn t have lead to the ending Why the 5 stars it s was a bloody good read that s was a bloody good read that can t ut down All the characters are deeply flawed It starts out Twenty five years ago Charles Davis's first novel made him a literary legend But with his recent work savaged by reviewers Charles has been aralyzed by self doubt Then fate hands him an unexpected muse Emma Bowles is the young assista.
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rmal enough and becomes very twisted Personally I think it could have gone further The main characters were fully developed I "came across this randomly and it was just a good fun "across this randomly and it was just a good fun tale of messed up roportions Very uick read 35 stars It was a fast read The ending was A Little Too Confused
little too confused my liking The main male character had not been developed well enough early in the book. Nt Charles's wife Anne hires to bring order to his ressured existence Where Anne is sleek and elegant Emma is awkward and self effacing But Charles glimpses the intriguing mysteries beneath her small town demeanor Soon he is obsessed. For a thorough understanding of his actions later in the book For instance there was not the right mix between love and envy desire and loss I didn t really like any of the characters in this book not because they weren t well developed but because they weren t nice eople They create a mess of their intertwined lives and it spirals out of control Mi didn t love it but it was compelling. With Emma with understanding her controlling her By the time Anne realizes she wants this disturbing young woman out of their lives it's too late All three are trapped in own deceptions "AND ONLY A SHOCKING ACT CAN THE. "only a savage shocking can free the. ,