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Having not read any previous biographies of the du Mauriers I thoroughly enjoyed nearly two thirds of the book. In fact I found it a real "page turner". Although not born until 1948 life didn't change so dramatically back in those days and I was able to understand many of the emotions felt by Angela. In fact I found much of the writing about the early life and relationships of the sisters somewhat cathartic. Sadly the story seemed to slither away towards the end and although I finished the book I had begun to lose interest. However, the first sixty percent was really fascinating.