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It's just that I think there is a bit too much repetitiveness.
Marilynne Robinson is a superb writer and, in writing Home and Gilead, has created a unique perspectivie on what makes a life worthwhile.
During my reading time I find other things that need doing just to avoid having to pick up this book again.
Very tedious reading. I preferred "Gilead" but this one took forever to get to the point. I know she is a very popular author but this one didn't do it for me.Published 14 hours ago by Martha A. Streutker
This book wasn't that good to me, I didn't finish it. But someone else might really like it.Published 17 hours ago by Lisa T
Wonderful, just like Gilead and Lila. Ms Robinson, Please tell me Lila and Robby stayed in
Gilead after Rev. Ames died! I was sad to finish all three books. Adrienne
This is a beautifully written but uniformly painful novel. For me it was hard to accept the premise that the old preacher who stands at the center of the novel was a loving... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Gabriela Castellanos
Home is a great work of literature, but that doesn't guarantee that you will enjoy it. Ms Robinson ' s descriptions are truly amazing as are her pearls of wisdom, but frankly I... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Nanci Squier-Beem
I had read Gilead a couple of years ago and loved it and just recently read Lila. Home, the Novel was also very well written with with such a feel for the struggles of family I... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jean Hohmann
Another good family story by Marilynne Robinson, with all the disfunction involved. It continues in the town of Gilead--the name of her previous book. Read morePublished 3 days ago by California gal
I was most disappointed in this book and even more so as I had enjoyed Gilead so much. I simply could not work up any interest in any of the main characters. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Althea Baillie
The anchoring book in the Gilead trilogy is a wonderful read with lots of spiritual and historical insights.Published 3 days ago by Isabella Martin