Wednesday, May 3, 2017
For Time and All Eternities
For Time and All Eternities. This time out Harrison is presenting her thoughts on marriage, religion and gender through the lens of Linda, a Mormon bishop’s wife and mother of five living boys and a daughter who did not survive birth. Linda’s son, Kenneth, is engaged to be married to a woman named Naomi who grew up in a polygamous family. Linda and her husband, Kurt, visit the family compound to meet the future in-laws. Before long, a murder follows, and Linda is in the thick of things. I think I am tiring of this protagonist, as I found this novel plodded long more heavily than the previous ones. There’s a mystery here for those readers who enjoy that genre, along with views about Mormonism that will appeal to readers curious and interested in that religion. Rating: Three-star (It’s ok) Click here to purchase For Time and All Eternities from amazon.com.