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Strout did a masterful job of character development in this novel told in stories.
I felt I had ADHD reading this book--like it just jumped around without any 'real' story line or development of characters.
This book is very well written and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading a good book.
Had to read this for school and really enjoyed it. The writing is done very well and I would recommend it for everyone.Published 19 hours ago by Kimberlee Marking
Honest yet moving depiction of domestic life, loneliness, aging, marriage, loss, the mystery of love.Published 1 day ago by Larchmont Reader
I thought the book Olive Kitteridge was a group of short stories that were cobbled together. Some of her chapters didn't seem to have any relationship to the rest of the book and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Gale Arneson
Kind of woke me up to where I am at this point in life. Like my own story
Wonderful for self awareness. Finding where you fit.
Worthwhile reading, both as a Pulitzer Prize winning work and to contrast with the HBO mini series screen play. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Aged Cheddar
Beautiful and sad, this novel explores the dark emotions we are often ashamed of, in a way that makes you feel those emotions are human and shared. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kelso2001
I loved this book. It's a fairly quick read. And even though I'm still in my 20's, I could definitely relate to the entire book. Read morePublished 4 days ago by mrshinojosa
The characters made me feel. From pain to happiness, shame and sadness to hope.
Thanks HBO for introducing me to Olive.
I don't normally buy/like short stories but I thought I would try this one as I had heard quite a lot about it. I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Denise Maureen Clarke