The Third Angel by Alice Hoffman

The Third Angel by Alice Hoffman

In The Third Angel, Hoffman weaves a magical and stunningly original story that charts the lives of three women in love with the wrong men.Crown, 2008

Book Review:

“Find something to believe in”, is the theme this novel that follows the lives of three women, at different ages and in time periods, ends on.  I don’t know how you could.  In the world that Hoffman has created, children are motherless, love is either pointless, forced, and/or unrequited. Men will either leave you for death or another woman.  And despite being beautiful, all women are mean and selfish.

Despite the title referring to the angels of life, death and the one that walks amongst us, this story is far from angelic.Borrow It

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