Garmun is able to share the harsh truth of the past in a way that is not only palatable but humorous. She had me placing all my money on the protagonist, Elizabeth Zott, right from the start knowing full well that this character had grit and a purpose she was committed to.
The dog, Six Thirty, voice is cleverly weaved into the story offering his own unique perspective on the events that unfold. The remaining cast of characters is authentically portrayed.
What struck me most from the perspective of a fellow writer was the pace at which this story is told. There was never a muddy middle, that weighed the story down. There was not one unnecessary word adding fluff. It was pure, rich storytelling that kept me engaged and excited to continue reading.
This is the kind of book that lends itself to lively dialogue at a book club meeting. Its message is essential for women to hear today and Garmun delivers it in a way that will only further the rise of the divine feminine.
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