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Fault Lines by Nancy Huston
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Good read. The first few pages didn't grab me because I had trouble accepting Sol's knowledge and understanding of the world - it didn't ring true for me even if he was a very smart six year old. Then I let that go and was able to become absorbed into the stories of Randall, Sadie and Erra. I felt there was a huge story left untold about Sol - the seeds were planted for him to grow into a highly dysfunctional, even psychopathic adult, yet his story was left in mid-air. I also needed to know what happens to Erra and the rest of the family after the meeting with Greta. What is resolved, or not? How do Erra's, Sadie's, and Randall's relationships change with each other and with Tessa and Sol as a result of the meeting. Maybe this is another book but that seemed almost more important than knowing their history.
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