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Unforgiving Sun is a multi-generational saga centered around protagonist Sophie MacDougal. The tale begins with Sophie on her deathbed, an invitation to examine her inner machinations against the backdrop of a Catholic nursing home. Her primary caregiver, Chester Canonoczech, uses his literary background to develop characters for his degenerated clientele in stark contrast ...more
Paperback, 218 pages
Published November 13th 2014 by Black Rose Writing
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Amanda Mic Perkins
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I received this book via Goodreads First Reads for review.

This book sounds cool only in theory. I'm a big fan of this style, of following one character throughout their life and getting to know them (See The Lady Who Loved New York). But this was just boring. The writing was nothing but page after page of mind-numbing descriptions of nothing and everything. Nothing seems to happen, and when it does, it's buried under paragraphs of dull prose.

It's beautiful, honestly. But beauty is often obscured
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