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❅ [KINDLE] ✾ Perfect Reader By Maggie Pouncey ➞ – Amish-fiction.co Flora Dempsey is the headstrong only child of Lewis Dempsey a college professor and world famous critic When Lewis passes away Flora returns to her New England hometown to act as his literary executorFlora Dempsey is the headstrong only child of Lewis Dempsey a college professor and world famous critic When Lewis passes away Flora returns to her New England hometown to act as his literary executor There she finds herself responsible for a manuscript that he was secretly writin.

G at the end of his life—love poems to a girlfriend Flora didn't know he had As Flora is besieged by well wishers and literary vultures alike she tries to figure out how to navigate it all the fate of the poems the girlfriend who wants a place in her life the wounds left by her.

perfect download reader kindle Perfect Reader ePUBG at the end of his life—love poems to a girlfriend Flora didn't know he had As Flora is besieged by well wishers and literary vultures alike she tries to figure out how to navigate it all the fate of the poems the girlfriend who wants a place in her life the wounds left by her.

10 thoughts on “Perfect Reader

  1. Colleen Colleen says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBI really wanted to like this book than I ultimately did The writing was intelligent and nuanced and the storyline centered as it was around books and reading was a strong draw Unfortunately I found a lot of promise that was never really fulfilled making for a frustrating read in the end I never felt emotionally invested in the characters or their lives; for a book with so few personalities none of them were particularly well developed except for Flora and I found her hard to like The glimpses of Flora's childhood were the most emotionally compelling portion of the narrative and came too infreuently for my tasteIn the end I found myself unable to make a connection to these characters Though the writing was strong the sense of detachment made it possible to walk away from the book without a ualm to do chores or run errands When I came to the end


  2. Laurie Laurie says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBThe idea of a professor his daughter poetry invited me into the novel Unfortunately the novel devolved into a view of a female 20 something's angst expressed via the F word far too freuently No offense to 20 somethings but life is too short to read novels about characters whose vocabulary is as bereft of energy creativity and wisdom as the characters themselves I wonder sometimes if authors feel the need to limit a female character's vocabula


  3. Jes Kast-Keat Jes Kast-Keat says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBI was excited to read a story that centered around writing loss and a woman who mirrored my age My excitement dwindled with each chapter that felt laborious to read than it should have Maybe because it felt too flat for me for too long in the beginning The main ch


  4. Bandit Bandit says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBMaybe a Perfect Reader but certainly not a perfect read And I did have misgivings about trying this book due to a number of discouraging reviews but there was a very strange case of déjà vu whenever I read the description and though I was sure I haven’t read the book I review every single one for the record the o


  5. Toni Toni says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBI wavered between a 25 and 3 but I am going to give you a few examples of writing that impressed me at the end of this review which prohibited me from giving it a 2 First the book is difficult to get into but the writing and some of the charactersat least mature by the end of the bookMy favorite characterthe dad unfortunately dies before the first page of the book I would have liked to get to know him better and understand how he could deal with all of the other IDIOTS in his lifeThe other characters are truly caricatures of what they should beone dimensional with a glaring flaw that is all they are to make a point Flora the antagonist a 2o something who never matured past 9 years old the age of her parent's divorce her mother a self centeredunhappily married womanFollowing are a few snippets that made time spent with the Perfect Reader worthwhileOne of the stragenesses of the townIt was defined hourglass likeby what passes through itp157 often th


  6. Allyson Langston Allyson Langston says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBThe first sentence of the official review states in this delightful debut um there was nothing delightful about this book for me Nothing at all Never connected to ANY of the characters n


  7. Rich Stoehr Rich Stoehr says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBReading is an act of faith an act of intimacy and an act of understanding A perfect reader could be said to be one with the author at least in terms of what was written and what what read Both author and reader see the exact same thingIt's a lofty concept Perhaps an unattainable one Perfect Reader addresses this idea in a very personal way


  8. Jane Jane says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBFlora returns to the small college town of Darwin after the sudden death of her father the college's former president and a renowned academic Finding that she's her father's literary executor poses the problem of what to do with the poems he gave her before he died poems she hasn't even readPerfect Reader is début literary fiction and it's a promising beginning to Maggie Pouncey's career It's a thoughtful slow revealing of layers of the past both Flora's childhood and her father's recent past about aspects of which Flora realizes she knew nothingFlora needs to confront her past in order to move on with her present which has been


  9. Ann Ann says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBI liked the exploration of howchildren never know their parents as well as they think they dotwo generations remember and understand past events in distinct waysreading someone's works or even marg


  10. Susan Susan says:

    eBook amish fiction.co ´ Perfect Reader ePUB Õ perfect download, reader kindle, Perfect Reader ePUBI can rarely resist the phrase delightful debut we shall seeWell I didn't see a lot of delight uite decently written and there are some good ideas to think about how well do we know our parents how well do we remember let alone understand the past and how does that compare with how other people remember it the conflicts of town and gown and I admit but the bottom line was I didn't really like anybody in this book especially not the main character Flora but I didn't really dislike anybody either I just did not feel any connection with anyone Perhaps this was something the author wanted a manifestation of Flora's grief and confusion? I couldn't figure out what caused Flora to change merely the passage of time a conversation? Couldn't much care I finished it so there was ap


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