What initially grabbed my attention here was the unique premise and the promise of showing how one event can turn on the smallest of interactions. Hamilton delivered a story full of rich language and vivid characterization. That said though, any novel requires at least three things. No matter what else they have in their favour every story needs a beginning, a middle, and an end. It certainly sounds obvious enough, but when one of these elements is missing it leaves the reader feeling cheated. Masha Hamilton missed one of these and her promising book suffered accordingly.
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