Gayka Saghoyan Saghoyan itibaren Laluk, Assam, Hindistan
My first Picoult book. Thought it was a fun read. An ending that I immagine most people would find too tidy. I personally long for those happy endings.
I was surprised how Morris introduced TR, he put you right there in the mood, in the time. It was great. Morris is a vivid writer I see, so vivid in fact that when I put the book down, I had to purposely remind myself it was 2011 and not 1916. It's THAT engrossing. Truly interesting, amazing.... I think whoever reads this book, get's the opportunity to not just learn about the man but relive life with Theodore Roosevelt in it.
Enjoyed this book. A little mystery, romance and descriptive countryside.