Book Review: The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold

This was riveting. The action takes place in a very short period of time and focuses on the daughter’s thoughts and emotions about her life, her childhood, and her family. It also works with the family she has built through marriage. She is loved, and in the end takes the only action that is right for her. A great read, dark and always truthful.
4 stars!
Want more dark fiction about women’s thoughts, lives and loves? Try He Drinks Poison.

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