"Little Women" – By Louisa May Alcott

My thoughts:

       If you’ve seen the movie, it’s a super slow book. I’m talking: “slow as molasses” slow. But it does tell you what happens “between the scenes”, thus, helping the movie make a little more sense.
       The story is a great example of how a family sticks together all the way to the end, regardless of their ups and downs. Louisa May Alcott did an amazing job of telling us the life stories of Meg, Jo, Beth, AND Amy all in just one novel. Surprisingly, I have nothing more to say. . . I love the story! But I probably won’t read the book again unless boredom takes over or I forget why something happened in the movie and have to reread the book to find out.

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