JUDGING THE ANGRY WOMAN SUITE

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Entry Title: The Angry Woman Suite   new TAWS Cover

Author: Lee Fullbright

Judge Number: 73

Books are evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5. This scale is strictly to provide a point of reference, it is not a cumulative score and does not reflect ranking.

Structure and Organization: 5

Grammar: 5

Plot (if applicable): 5

Character Development (if applicable): 5

What did you like best about this book?

“THE ANGRY WOMAN SUITE will stay with me for a long time. You created extraordinary characters, a compelling plot and original settings. I liked the background of history into which you invited the reader: Washington’s Headquarters, the museum, Grayson House, etc. However, I think the outstanding thing about the novel is the characterization. I liked that you opened with Elyse, an extraordinary child in an unusual family. But then, if you consider the family long enough, it might not be as unusual as we think, but it is Elyse with her insight and understanding who makes it seem that way. It is the three sisters, Magdalene in particular, who drive the plot of the book. For me Lothian is the least understood of the three. Then there is Francis, the abused little boy trying to make it big as an adult musician, and he does despite his unfortunate childhood. I admire the way you took all these unique characters and wove them into a story that captures and hold the reader’s attention throughout the book. I also wonder, as a novelist myself, how you balanced all of them in your mind. Wonderful read … I loved it.” –Judge 73

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2 comments on “JUDGING THE ANGRY WOMAN SUITE

  1. Axel Vogt says:

    ooh, such a great review. it makes me want to read about Angry Women, although I have enough of that as it is! ________________________________ Axel Vogt 4182 Utah Street San Diego, California 92104 + 1 (415) 350-2063 cell/mobile

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  2. This book/read deserves the highest praise for the writing and storytelling. One of my best reads of 2012. Paulette Mahurin

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