Review: Daughters of the Revolution

Daughters of the RevolutionDaughters of the Revolution by Carolyn Cooke

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

More a set of linked short stories than a novel, there's so little solid story telling in this book that it goes nowhere. The settings are handled well enough, with obvious references to actual historical events thrown in to establish the time period, but the characters read like plot devices more than people. They're there to demonstrate the societal changes that were occurring for women, not to be flesh and blood lives of their own.

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