I liked it. It, for the most part, pissed me off. For lack of a better way to describe it. It takes place in the early 1900's when women are still considered men's property. It tells the story of a young girl, Marie, who wants to break out of the cycle of women who find themselves married to violent, controlling men. This story leads us through what choices she makes and how they affect her life. I am a sucker for everything working out right in the end, but this story doesn't end that way. Yet, I am happy with the ending. Unfortunately there are still many women in our present world that still suffer at the hands of these types of men. I don't understand it! I will never understand it!
The End of Always by Randi Davenport; her debut novel.