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The Clouds Beneath the Sun

by Mackenzie Ford

The Clouds Beneath the Sun by Mackenzie Ford X
The Clouds Beneath the Sun by Mackenzie Ford
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  • Published Jul 2010
    464 pages
    Genre: Literary Fiction

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  • Mary Ann B. (Louisville, KY)
    Unsatisified in Aftrica
    I was disappointed with this book for several reasons. I thought the description and history of the Serengeti and Kenya were descriptive and knowledgeable, but the characters were not that likable. I think the story was drug out a bit, and incidents seemed contrived. If you like Africa has a setting, you may enjoy.
  • Amanda N. (Murfreesboro, TN)
    The Clouds Beneath The Sun
    I gave up on this book after 300 pages. I desperately wanted to like this book. The setting was interesting and the plot line had promise. Unfortunately, the pacing dragged and the dialogue was horribly stilted. I finally put the book down when I realized that wanting to know how it ended was still not enough of a reason to finish. Perhaps Ford should stick to non-fiction.

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