Well I do this this book should have been about me, but other than that it was okay. :)
In this book Flora Dempsey learns her father an esteemed professor has died and left her his literary executor. She calls it literary executionist.
She moves into his house and has to confront her past as well as her father's life. She is not sure who to trust as she tries to sort it all out. Her father's girlfriend, who she never even knew about when he was alive, is trying to push her to publish the poems. Flora hadn't even read the poems but once she did she feels hurt and unprepared for them to go out into the world.
So that's the gist of the book. I enjoyed it once I got into it. I did find it difficult to get into. I thought it moved pretty slow. I hated the girlfriend, Cynthia. I felt she was way to pushy and only interested in herself.
I think one of the points of the book is how well do we know our parents? We think we know almost everything about them, but it is possible for them to have an entirely other life without our knowledge. Even as adults I think we expect our parents to be something beyond just a regular human.
I would give this a "grade" of a C.
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