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lyrical, dramatic, thought-provoking,
This review is from: Easter Island (Paperback)
This is hands down one of the most interesting books I've read in the past year. It's gorgeously written, and a breathtaking page-turner as well. As we follow the heart-breaking stories of Elsa and Greer, the two women who travel to Easter Island, it raises questions about the nature of love and sacrifice, as both women find themselves shocking betrayed by people close to them. This is a truly gripping noevl, set on a remote and fascinating island.
Also recommended: Case Histories by Kate Atkinson and Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks.