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More I read the less I liked it Too many sad characters, I did not finish book because it was so sad.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Not my favorite.
I thought the ending was contrived unrealistic.
The story had a good storyline, but I found some of it tedious to read...it felt long-winded.Published 20 days ago by Janet
Such a great writer. The language and imagery was at a very high standard...a wonderful read. I enjoyed it so much that I bought all of her books and read them one after another. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kate Clifford
Elizabeth Strout's writing is always a delight to read...excellent prose and well constructed plot lines.Published 27 days ago by Queenie
A well written story. First u have read from Elizabeth Strout. Looking out more of her books to line up. I couldn't put the book down. Lucky it was a long weekend - no guilt.Published 27 days ago by alwayslearninggran
Didn't like the characters and do not like the way authors jump around in books now. Wouldn't recommendPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This was my first time reading this author. Don't think I'll be looking for anymore. This story went nowhere. About half way through I debated on whether to finish. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lorraine Mackoy