No Two Persons, a review by Shelley

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Erica Bauermeister

St. Martin’s Press
Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
320 Pages
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This is a story about a book and the ten different people who read it and how it impacts them all differently over a ten-year period. It was profound how the book uniquely moved each of the readers. This was such a beautiful story and I loved the fact each character is connected to each other, and the book, in some small way. I loved getting to know each character and how the book touched their life in a multitude of ways.

As an avid reader, the book spoke to me. The premise was such an intriguing one and was executed flawlessly. Every voice was clear and concise and the author did a wonderful job doing so. Do not let the long chapters fool you. I usually dislike long chapters but they work here and they flew by as I was absorbed into each story giving the reader an in-depth look into each individual character. The writing is lyrical in a simplistic way that flows beautifully and before you know it, it is complete in a very satisfying way.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the Advance Readers Copy.

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