Reviews for Testimonies
Review - Testimonies
Well written, but in the end, unsatisfying, mostly because the point-of-view made no sense. It was told from three perspectives: Lloyd, the local schoolmaster who was a relative of the preacher Ellis and helped him spread the rumors; Pugh himself, and his account wandered all over the place and gave details of his life in the valley that had nothing to do with the story; and Bronwen, in the form of Q. and A., except that the book is written looking back at the events after she died, so who was questioning her?
Reviewed by Roger on 2015-07-18 19:58:44