My father is a polygamist and every time it becomes necessary to reveal that fact to other people, I tense up and will always accompany it with “…but my mothers love each other and we children are so close,sometimes we cannot tell the difference.” This book was so brazen that I did not feel the need to defend a thing. This story was so original and personal that I did not feel the need to be defensive.
This here was the story of a good man who’s ego pushed him to get more wives in order to get more children and landed on a jackpot when one of them happened to be a graduate!
I enjoyed the way the story was told from many perspectives. A true treat. Mu favourite had to be the second wife(so typical of a greedy reader to forget the name).