"And Ladies Of The Club 2"

I'm halfway through the book. I've been enjoying reading it, but it wasn't till the last 100 or so pages that I've been truly drawn in by the characters and their stories. I'm beginning to care about the "ladies of the club" and the things that happen to them.

Very close to the middle of the book, there is a death of a young girl that makes all the characters seem much more like real people, which I guess just means more like people I can relate to. I found myself not wanting her to die because I wanted to see how her life would unfold. She was interesting. Now I'm eager to see how the story develops without her.


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