I need to start out by saying that I liked this book but I want to also warn readers that it was not a quick read. I wouldn't say I struggled to get through it but at the same time it took me longer than most to complete. I wasn't truly prepared for the overall story line in this book. I don't know that the summary/description on the back of the book does it justice but I was floored when finally getting a little ways into it.
Lauren Baratz-Logsted will not be an author I accuse of having predictable plot points. I was just trying to keep up with her and I'll admit that I think I failed in that department, I was totally out of my league half the time. I might still be trying to figure out what happened to be honest. It was what I would call a wild ride but it was a bit frustrating at times because to me I was constantly confused for some reason or another. I never could get a handle on what was going to happen or who was going to do what. People were undergoing very large changes and I was just trying to keep up half the time. I'll be very curious to see what everyone else thinks of Lucy, Helen, Kit and the rest of the gang, for now I'm going to keep trying to piece everything together and see if I can start to make sense of it all.
I gave The Twin's Daughter 3 shamrocks!!!