It’s interesting to reflect upon some of the points the author makes.
I get confused when there are lots of names in a book, and there are a lot in this one. Thankfully, I now know who the important names are: Kitty, Ed, Larry, and probably Louisa.
The book starts with Alice, a twenty-three year-old girl, who travels to Normandy to meet her grandmother for the first time.
Like the other previous books, this book is full of history and facts about New Zealand and the Maori culture.
What a beautiful book! The end was a really nice way to end the trilogy with a reunion of nearly all the characters. I missed Daphne and the twins, and Fleur and Ruben were simply named but they didn’t play any part. Yet, it was really nice.
I like how the women in the book take a stance and prove their value.