by J Jensen (Georgia): The story was a bit difficult to follow in the beginning, as I familiarized myself with the main characters. I enjoyed the mix of fact and fiction. The author did an excellent job of describing the generational and cultural nuances interwoven throughout Savannah society. I was advised to read it as if the city of Savannah was telling the story, which helped immensely. The story builds with excitement, but fell a bit flat at the end, leaving out what would have been the most interesting chapter of the book. I recommend reading the historical notes in the back of the book prior to reading the book. Some of the facts would have been more effective as a prologue. Overall, an enjoyable read, particularly if you are familiar with Savannah.