The Giver of Stars: A Novel
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Around 88% of reviews were positive and about 10% were negative.
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What buyers say about The Giver of Stars: A Novel
I really liked this book, which was based on a true story, and I liked the main characters, the supporting cast of the other librarians and the forward- thinking men who help them, as it was well-paced and developed realistic.
I wanted to pop him one, but it will take at least 30 to 40% to really get you in, and it's worth it if you can commit to being part of a strong character arcs.
The story shows that there are no "givens" in choosing marriage partners as well as friends, and that the spirit that helps people choose partners is very tied to the spoken word.
I thought the synopsis sounded dull, but I found it to be a brilliantly written and heart-achingly gorgeous book that kept the story always pertinent and riveting.
The Packhorse Library was started by Eleanor Roosevelt to spread and widen educational opportunities and it became very popular with the women who were starving of something to read.