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Marilyn had a way of bringing her characters alive. The setting of the book is so beautifully described, that I clearly saw the home and surroundings in my mind.Published 6 hours ago by Sherry Moore
HEARTWARMING STORY. YOU SHOULD READ GILEAD FIRST - BOTH EXCELLENT READSPublished 1 day ago by Mary Ann Baldari
Robinson is clearly a wonderful writer, deep, soulful, insightful. "Home" certainly adds insight into its already developed characters [from "Gilead" and... Read morePublished 5 days ago by VKK
It is not true that you can read this and make sense of it without having read Gilead first. This was one of the most dreadfully depressing books I've ever read. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Doris S. Wood
There’s nothing flashy or exciting or dramatic about this book. It’s just a story about struggle, self-doubt, and a lot of self-hatred. Read morePublished 16 days ago by reb
The writing is so good. The story is so compelling. Yes, it moves slowly. Life and death often go that way. Still I was sad to see it end. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Eileen H
In reading this novel, one can feel the constant push pull of family love and obligation and guilt and disappointment and dreams and self sacrifice. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Nancy R.
Very thought provoking. The author's ability to portray characters is unique.Published 1 month ago by Mary S.