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All the Day Long

by Howard Spring

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WARNING: Contains Spoilers

This novel is a woman's reflection and retelling of her life. It's likeable though very slow. She outlives all the original characters and two world wars in Cornwall, Great Britain. Euphemia Emmett is her doll and the novel's opening line hooks the reader; 'Euphemia Emmett was buried at dawn on May, the twenty-first, 1881.' There are vivid and very believable scenes but many of the characters don't cause the reader to care because their introductions are too brief
  Treesa | Jul 5, 2009 |
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