I found Caro's (Caroline's great-aunt) story along with Margo's (Caroline's grandmother) diaries very interesting. I did at times feel like it was a bit hard to follow since the letters and diaries aren't read in order and it also goes back and forth between present day and the past. I also had some difficulties with the way the book tried to mirror the characters lives and struggles, past and present. At times, that part felt a little contrived. Understandably, the characters all seem quite tragic and broken, but the book does leave room for healing now that the truth has been uncovered.
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