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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2021
I have read, enjoyed and been moved to tears by other Jojo Moyes’ books but sadly I cannot say that I felt like that about this one. I found the violin obsessed, self centred heroine, very annoying and this is what spoiled it for me. I felt so sorry for her children, particularly the daughter who had to take on the role which her mother should have been playing. Other readers may very well not agree, but it spoiled the book for me. Sorry.
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