The Women

S E Lynes

S E Lynes does not miss a beat in this brilliant book. The pacing is faultless from the moment we meet Samantha and Peter in Rome (so exquisitely described I could see the crumbling monuments) to the final, deeply satisfying scene.

I was emotionally invested from the first chapter where the characters are drawn with such clarity and skill that I felt I knew them.

The message in this book is important. What Lynes says about relationships, power, control and friendships, about our past experiences and how they mould us will stay with me for a long, long time.

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