Clairmont by Lesley McDowell

I eagerly started this highly-rated novel about Clair Clairmont, being very interested in reading about her. After having finished it I can’t understand the glowing reviews. I didn’t care for it at all, finding it disjointed, tedious and brimming with unlikable, boring characters (Mary Shelley! Byron! Boring?!) wandering around in mind-numbingly dull settings (including the Year Without Summer FFS!) that skip back and forth in time. Not for me! Two stars only because I actually finished it. ★★☆☆☆