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I found this book to be hard to get into. I had read Gilead before and was a little confused with Home. I think that Home should be read before Gilead. Read morePublished 1 day ago by NJ
Marilynne Robinson is one of our best, most intelligent writers. With Jack Boughton, she gives us a character who is truly in the world but not of it, though not at all in the way... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Allen Stairs
It was an extraordinary reading experience! I am still thinking about it. The writing is very good. I plan to read more of her novels.Published 15 days ago by Emily K Wilson
Such a beautifully written story, quite sad. No, there is not a lot of plot, so if you are looking for an action story, go elsewhere. Read morePublished 18 days ago by BKW
I enjoyed Gilead, but I loved Home. The insight she has in the human heart is remarkable, and Jack is a marvelously complex tragic hero.Published 23 days ago by Chris
If you want to be hauntingly depressed read this book. It did give me some new words to look up.Published 1 month ago by Laurie Martin
Robinson reveals everything about these profoundly solitary characters in their myriad failed attempts to communicate with each other. Desperately beautiful lives.Published 1 month ago by Chris