Good To a Fault: A Novel Hardcover
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Top Customer Reviews
I really loved how all the characters grew throughout the book.Read more ›
Endicott writes the story from multiple perspectives. We have Clare who is emotionally drained and worried about the children constantly.Read more ›
1) A story that engages, captivates.
2) A writer with not only 'style', but a distinct voice.
This novel has both. (Although, to be honest, 'Good to a Fault' is less a 'story', than a 'situation'.)
The premise is compelling. The characters are all so nicely drawn. (I HATED Clayton.) The pacing is measured, but not unduly so, with some absolutely memorable moments. And Ms. Endicott has a way with language that put a smile on this writer's face.
Having just read an absolute piece of dreck ('The Memory Keeper's Daughter'), I was relieved to have my faith in the possibilities of good writing restored.
Most recent customer reviews
Clara is divorced, living in her late parents' house and in her early forties. She's has a boring job with an insurance company and there is no purpose to her life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Teena in Toronto
This book was slow moving and predictable. It was almost a day to day description of Clara's new role of caring for three young children abandoned by their father and their... Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2010 by Carol C. Markowsky