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The Women of Troy

by Pat Barker

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The Women of Troy by Pat Barker
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    Aug 2021, 304 pages

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Veronica

Brilliant book
First listened to it on Audible and then bought the hard copy. The writing is a tour-de-force. Characters are brought to life and plot developments are twisty. I’d have given it 5 stars but I felt let down by the ending. Still Briseus remarks at one point “looking back years later…”. So she evidently survived.
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