Review: PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION by Sarah Houghteling

Lorri from Jew Wishes posted a review of Sarah Houghteling’s Pictures at an Exhibition.  Here’s an excerpt:

Fast forward to post World War II (literally, as the time period between pre-war and post war are swept over without mention), as part one of the novel is a skimpy nine pages, part two of the novel encompasses 1939-1940, and the story line begins again in part three, on August 27, 1944. This is where I became disenchanted with Pictures at an Exhibition.  The gap in time was an extreme disappointment to me. From that point forward, I felt the book was on a decline, and that the story went downhill, other than the historical factors.

Read the complete review here.

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