The Woman Of A thousand Names by Alexandra Lapierre Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

About: Moura was very happy with her life. She had all she could ever want and need. When something unexpected happens, she finds herself fleeing from everything she knows. She changes her name constantly and keeps going every so often. She also catches the attention of many people. Especially men who all claim that they were greatly in love with her.

Plot: The first part of this book was so very boring to me. I didn’t think I was going to get through it. I must have started the book over four times! I stuck with it though. I can be stubborn sometimes. The book looked so good! I’m glad I did. It does get better. It’s not as intense and action-packed as I thought it was going to be, but it was still an amazing read. It’s also loosely based on a real person from what I understand.

Characters: I’m not really sure how to judge here. They were all fantastic characters. Some of the women were a little too forward written in my opinion considering the time that the book is supposed to be set in. That’s not really an issue though. I’m sure there were a lot of progressive women through all times in life. It’s how we have moved forward as a country.

Narration: This book is narrated by Lisa Flanagan. She did a really great job with the narration. She sounded really elegant. I felt like I was actually a part of the story thanks to her narration. I have a physical copy of the book. Or had as I gifted it to my mom. But I preferred the audiobook.

Suggestions: None

Recommend: Yes

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