The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield

Summary:

Martha, an introverted amateur biographer, is commissioned by reclusive authoress Vida Winter to record her true biography. Ms. Winter is known for spinning false tales about her childhood and from the very beginning, both the reader and Martha wonder if she’s telling the truth this time. “…will keep you guessing…”

Opinion:

“…will keep you guessing…”— NO KIDDING!!! I found this book very strange and quite weird. That may sound redundant, but it’s the truth! I couldn’t put it down. Even after finishing the book, my head is still reeling from it. *Inhale-Exhale* Yeah, it’s got my recommendation.

© Cori Endicott March 2011

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