And That’s All I Have to Say About That: A Partial Review of Carolyn Cooke’s Daughters of the Revolution (by Bethany)

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Writers who enjoy giving their characters witty names ought to limit their output to short stories.

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This was honestly all I had to say about this book. And I don’t know about you, but I think Former Me had a very good point here.

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4 Responses to And That’s All I Have to Say About That: A Partial Review of Carolyn Cooke’s Daughters of the Revolution (by Bethany)

  1. Maria says:

    Ha! Good terse review. Or something like that. Should be a contest for one sentence book reviews, with ground rules for how long the sentence can be.

    • lfpbe says:

      There are many more where this one came from. I am all about stopping my reviews after one line.

      • badkitty1016 says:

        I looked this book up on amazon, and was fascinated to see that one of the main characters is named “God.” I agree that that is a name we should not have to live with for several hundred pages.

      • lfpbe says:

        Yes – Goddard Byrd, nicknamed “God”! I had actually forgotten the particulars, but your comment brought it all back. I think he has an affair with someone. This was probably meant to be ironic.

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