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I like the way each subsequent book is written to overlap the others and is from the viewpoint of a different family member Enjoyable Another wonderful bookThis family saga warmed my heart The author s words flow like a beautiful river I will miss dear Paul and beautiful loving Anna Now the families move one with the knowledge and wisdom given to them by Paul and Anna How I wished they could be in the final saga book 5 Who knows what s to come I will begin number 5 tonight. Fabulous continuation of the Jewish American family saga This book predominantly about Theo and Iris and Paul Werner Interesting times as America enters the Vietnam war Highly recommend providing the saga is read in sequence. The 4th in the family saga, which intertwines the lives of the two families set in the turbulent 1960 s The oldest generation still holds onto their pre WWII perspective of how one should live their life and the youngest finding their way in the world rebelling against the norms and the Vietnam world or trying to fit in the status quo In the middle, Iris Theo still maneuvering their way through life, marriage, career, parenting Fairly satisfying family drama, 3.5 stars.Although the 4th in The 4th in the family saga, which intertwines the lives of the two families set in the turbulent 1960 s The oldest generation still holds onto their pre WWII perspective of how one should live their life and the youngest finding their way in the world rebelling against the norms and the Vietnam world or trying to fit in the status quo In the middle, Iris Theo still maneuvering their way through life, marriage, career, parenting Fairly satisfying family drama, 3.5 stars.Although the 4th in the saga, it could be read as a stand alone novel I read the others so long ago, I barely remember the family journey to this point Iris and Theo Stern seemed to have it all a secure marriage, four children and a beautiful house But one outsider, Paul Werner, knew better He knew the secret that lay buried at the heart of the Stern s seeming security and happiness The secret that could destroy everything I loved themodern conflicts and the later generations struggling with some of the same issues as the older people Even the ends of some of my favorite characters was done completely and in keeping with their ways of life This series is a delight. I just could not get into reading this book, if a book does not grab me from the beginning then I usually don t enjoy it. It overEnjoyed reading this book Paul was a good person and I always seemed to be rooting for him and any projects he was attempting. Again, such lovely writing This was probably my least favorite of the series so far, actually There waspolitics than normal Once you get through the first third of the book, it s great. Wonderful book Belva Plain is an amazing writer. Harvest


About the Author: Belva Plain

Belva Plain was a best selling American author of mainstream women s fiction Her first novel, Evergreen 1978 topped the New York Times bestseller list for 41 weeks and was made into a TV miniseries At her death, there were over 30 million copies of her twenty plus novels in print in 22 languages.


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