I was 25 in the Summer of ‘69. Although I didn’t spend summers on the Cape, this gave me the feel of what it was like. Very good story with interesting characters. I hope the author writes another book with update on their lives! Great summer read.
This read is painstakingly slow. It’s one thing to make a decent fiction political but this is over the top. To combine the Vietnam War, the Kennedy debacle and the moon landing as somehow demonstrative of 1969 is a joke. Meritless and cowardly! Additionally the racist card is overplayed and boring. You know better. Keep America Great!!!
Good read. However, I thought it would be more interrelated with the world changing events of 1969. It wasn’t...
I decided on this book for some summer reading. Overall, I enjoyed it. I was 11 in 1969, and it was interesting to read about the events described, such as Apollo 11 and Chappaquiddick, and think back to what I remember of those times. The multiple character viewpoints could have been confusing but the author handled them well. So why remove a star? The use of the present tense throughout a story set in 1969 annoyed me greatly. It broke the flow of the story, seeming very awkward. Though I enjoyed the characters, I kept noticing that pesky present tense. Otherwise, a very good summer read!
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