5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Enchanting though not completely compelling,
This review is from: Easter Island (Paperback)
A pleasant read which follows two stories, one based in 1914 and the other in the 1970's. Both seem to focus largely on the characters' progress through parts of their lives involving issues of love, marriage and loss. Although both are told largely within the context of the setting 'Easter Island' I got the feeling that the characters could have been some place else together. Although very prominent in providing a factual description of Easter Island, the facts seem to bear less of an attachment to the central themes of the story.
Enjoyable enough and fascinating insights in to one the world's most mysterious places.