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Serendipity by Louise Shaffer
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really liked it

Surprisingly enjoyable.

After the first couple of chapters I thought I had the story figured out and it was going to be another predictably twisting plot. Instead it was interesting, engaging, and the chapter-by-chapter switching between time periods was a fun way to get the feel of each generation and discover the stories of the great grandmother, grandmother, mother, and daughter.

If I could offer my one complaint it would be that the end tied up a little too quickly for my taste. The rest of the story was strung out for you to leisurely discover on your own, then the end was handed to you with a bow on it in the form of a brief epilogue. I would have just liked a bit more at the end. But still, a good book.

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