Sʜᴏᴿᴛ Sʏɴᴏᴘsɪs of The Discontent of Mary Wenger.
The Discontent of Mary Wenger is just that, a story about a woman who always wants more.
This story reads like a fictional memoir. It is easy to lose the fictional aspect as you read, though. Tucker used the first-person perspective to bring her to life. This story lets the reader follow Mary’s life from childhood to death.
I couldn’t make myself like Mary. She was never pleased with what she had, always demanding more from her poor husband. She is demanding and demoralizes others without a care. The woman doesn’t know how to show love.
The Discontent of Mary Wegner is historical fiction that takes place post-World War II. It is well written and grabbed my interest from the first line.
There were a couple times where something was voiced as if it had been mentioned earlier when it hadn’t been.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would suggest it to those who like reading historical fiction.
Thank you to R&R Book Tours, the author, and the publisher for providing this ebook to read and review.
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