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The writing style is wonderful; the stories are so human.
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.
So well written. She is so many women that I know. Including me. Thanks for the heads up Elizabeth!Published 11 hours ago by Joyce Grygo
Took me a while to get into the book, but glad I stuck with it. Good read.Published 2 days ago by PattyNH
Extremely well written. Lots to think about. At times sad yo the point of being depressing;but also very honest. Could easily picture these characters.Published 5 days ago by William C. Frame
Great collection of short stories that capture character and environment!Published 16 days ago by LadyDi88
I'm reading her other books and they are great, Olive reminds me of myself.Published 16 days ago by H.G.Williams
Loved the style and the format. The individual chapters at first seemed rather unrelated and then as the book went on they all fit together like fine puzzle pieces. Read morePublished 18 days ago by pamela lovejoy
When an author writes the truth, she unlocks the soul. Elizabeth Strout possess the key. Beautifully written, heart wrenching, and soul enriching.Published 24 days ago by Bonnie Collins