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So this is where it all ends. Well. So I'm kind of two minds regarding this concluding installment--one the one hand, it was nice to see Meyer expand her universe (frankly, she shows here that she could make an entire career of peddling spin-offs of the mythology unveiled here), and she does manage a stirring grand finale. BUT. In the first half of the novel there's finally some sex, and it's laughable, almost embarrassing in its awkwardness--for the first time in this entire series, I honestly considered abandoning ship. And by the end I missed the simplicity of the first novel--there was a magic there that never quite recaptured again. But what can I say? I enjoyed the series. Is it Art? Of course not. But if it had tried to be, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have liked it nearly as much.
I'm kind of grateful that I didn't previously know very much about Hemingway's life, much less his wife Hadley's, because there was never any moment in this book where I definitely knew what would happen next. Beautifully written, this book was a favorite of mine. I really sympathized with Hadley and found the book to be a fascinating look at marriage, literary history and life in the 1920's.