I’m really enjoying this book so far. The reason for that is because it has a touch of history in it, but not an overwhelmingly amount of it. I am also fascinated with art and this book provides that. The book also has a little bit of romance in it, which also appeals to me. Basically the book has almost everything that entertains me in it. The book is also keeping you on your toes throughout the entire book, which is another reason why I like it. I also like it because Victoria is standing up for what she believes in (which is considered inappropriate and improper for a woman of the 1900’s) and is making a difference in not only her life in the end, but also winds up altering the future forever with her participation in the suffragette movement. In conclusion I enjoy this book because it has a lot of aspects that appeal to me and because the main character is taking a stand for what she believes in.
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Name of Blog- Book. Blog. Bake
Author Name- Stormy
Date of Post- April 2, 2014
Title of Post- Book Review: A Mad, Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller
Short Summary- The author of the blog and I share similar views. We both think that the overall impression of the book was good. We both liked the gender equality part of the book. Where we disagreed was over the main character, Vicky. The author of the blog thought that the main characters development happened too late in the story. I disagree. I thought that her development happened at a good time. All characters don't usually develop until the end of the story. In conclusion, the author and I have some agreements and some disagreements over A Mad, Wicked Folly.
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