Luiz Henrique Henrique từ Roetgen, Đức
Hadley Hemingway is possibly the woman Ernest Hemingway is most indebted to for his literary greatness. McLain does a good job trying to get into the mind of a woman who was both strong and weak. How she stood up to Ernest's blatant philandering is anyone's guess, but McLain does try to make us understand her as best as possible. The greatest weakness is when the author attempts to get into Ernest's mind --- such as it was. What results is a flat facsimile of one of the most singular voices in literature.