"A literary novel marked by charm, wit and an original approach to language, weakened by polarized characters and a shift from gritty to soft-centered."
An unworldly Mennonite girl with a tainted past considers a life without the direction of her father, her husband or God, then implements it, in the latest from Canadian writer Toews (The Flying Troutmans
, 2008, etc.).
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