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What a mess. This didn’t work for me on any conceivable level. The characters were hilariously shallow, the plot contrived, the dialogue wooden and unconvincing, and the prose simplistic and boring.
I didn’t understand the point of the novel taking place during the American Civil War in any way. What was that all about? The random and simplistic history allusions sprinkled throughout seem forced and don’t lend a shred authenticity to the story. Rather, these either jerked me back into the time where this story was supposed to be taking place (against all other impressions) or made me cringe at the author’s weak attempt to convince me she “did her research”. Let’s not even get into the inaccuracies (or, if you believe the cop out afterward by the author, ‘liberties’) of the historical tidbits as we are limited by space here.