A story within a story

Discuss the October 2017 Book of the Month, Strong Heart by Charlie Sheldon.

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Re: A story within a story

Post by LaurenHaupt » 29 Jul 2018, 21:06

The camping trip. Thought her dream was a bit too long. Was hard to follow.
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Post by Dusamae » 10 Aug 2018, 09:42

I actually liked both stories, though Sara's was the most unusual and stood out a little more in my mind.

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Post by Julie Green » 08 Sep 2018, 05:18

I enjoyed the present day story. It had plenty of layers of complexity. Sarah's journey went on too long and became a distraction.

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Post by Premoh » 18 Jan 2019, 18:45

personally i found the parts narrated by Sarah to be confusing, especially at first. It was hard to keep all of the names straight and I really had a difficult time grasping what was happening until they were in the boat. And then they were pretty much always in the boat. That got tiresome for me despite some of the crazy events and the vivid descriptions.

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