This is part two of my review. Part one can be found here.
My Rating: N/A
I actually really enjoyed Scarlett during these chapters. Her naiveness really made me laugh at times.
Rhett Butler is introduced and I loved how he didn't conform to the way of life then, he would have fitted in really well in the 21st century.
I loved the historical element being set during the US Civil War. We are given such a real insight into not only the impact the Southerners had being on the losing side of such a conflict, but the war itself.
Being an Australian and not knowing anything about this conflict, I feel like I've already learnt so much already and I'm not even a quarter wau through the book.