A review by readbooks_fightpatriarchy
All the Ways We Said Goodbye by Lauren Willig, Karen White, Beatriz Williams


Firstly, any book by these three authors, whether a solo or group effort, is worth reading. That goes without saying, so I went into All the Ways We Said Goodbye with high hopes. I was not disappointed. The story jumps between 1914, 1942, and 1964 but has a great flow and doesn't feel disjointed at all. I think the character I liked the best was Babs- I really enjoyed her journey throughout the story and how it all came together. This was a really satisfying read- so finish reading this review and go pick up a copy!