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The story is rich with wonderful characters.
He's a rather unlikable character throughout the story, and it seems like the author was trying to redeem him in the end, but it seemed a little forced.
As soon as I finished this book, I immediately re-read it just to pick up and further "digest" the story.
I really liked the novel and am glad I finally finished it. I lost traction with it in the middle and had to be somewhere without a book in order to get back to it and read it to... Read morePublished 4 days ago by jape
I was very moved by this novel. I fell into my narrative hypnosis and totally identified with reverend Tyler Caskey's messy life. Human life. Strout is a master of human feelings. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Paolo D'Anselmi
Elizabeth Strout's stories are character driven and this story is no exception.Published 15 days ago by Marilynne Ransom
Being a clergywoman I was interested in this book about a clergyman and his family and community. The author has an unusual grasp of what I've experienced as a pastor for 26 yrs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by patriciarae
This book was a wonderful descriptive book, the authors writing allows you to see the landscapes while reading the descriptions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Rosati
This book was thrilling to me. Few books have left me so awed.
Some of O Hara's, Wm Styron's and recently Sebastian Berry's
books have the same feel and the same... Read more
I could not put this book down. Strout's insights to quirky townspeople was exemplary in Olive Kitteridge but this book has quirk and depth.Published 1 month ago by K. Higdon