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Beautiful writing and memorable characters!!
There was very little hope in the book, just a little at the end and even then it didn't redeem the story or make me feel like it was worth the time I spent.
Elizabeth Strout binds together thirteen short stories with one character, Olive Kitteridge, who straddles each of them.
Slow read but beautiful snapshots of characters and life's subtle experiencesPublished 1 day ago by Julie McMonagle
One of my all-time favorite books and even better on second reading. Olive is one of the most unforgettable characters in fiction, and it scares me how much of myself I see in... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Barbara E. Kruger
This book was recommended by a co-worker, and though I usually read historical fiction, I decided to give it a try. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Betsy Wines
It was ok......left me up in the air.....not sure what the point was, if there was one....but interesting in the point of family dynamics.Published 3 days ago by Carol A. Dean
So heartfelt. Author captures the small gestures of life that we all know which brings the stories home. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jean Perkins
Loved this book! So original! I wish all short story books would be like thisPublished 3 days ago by Gabriela Robles
A fine collection of interrelated short stories, beautifully crafted and rich in detail. Olive is a wonderful comic character--in the sense of human comedy, although on occasion... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Emsie