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What Love Becomes by Jan Marin Tramontano
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it was amazing

What Love Becomes is spellbinding. I couldn't put it down. Brilliant character development. The
underlying psychology is flawless and unstintingly thorough, which I appreciate. These people are so real, their intertwinings are utterly convincing, their connections plausible. Puts me in mind of Iris Murdoch and Doris Lessing.

Once Tramantano has captivated you with her story telling, she compels you to pay attention to humanity's foibles. Her marvelous writing is stunningly insightful. Perceptive little nuggets are subtly seeded throughout. Wonderfully empathetic. Satisfying, entertaining, compelling. I ate it up in one bite. A goooood read.

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Reading Progress

March 4, 2019 – Started Reading
Finished Reading
April 4, 2019 – Shelved

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