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This book is very well written and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading a good book.
I felt I had ADHD reading this book--like it just jumped around without any 'real' story line or development of characters.
This is a beautifully written collection of short stories about a character who is both unsympathetic and wonderful.
So well written, and so true. The HBO mini-series stayed true to the book, and Frances Mcdormand brought Olive Kitteridge to life. Each story and character rings true. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Memaw
To me very disjointed.enjoyable at first then went of somewhere else.maybe because it was short stories,i von,t know ? Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marie Mady
An interesting way of storytelling, but ultimately not that compelling.
You'll find yourself always waiting for something to happen. Spoiler alert - it never does. Read more
What a sad , sad story only rated low because of content. Writing wonderful felt that it perfectly described a different individual, that didn't see herself as others saw her. Read morePublished 3 days ago by acacia
Loved Olive's raw honesty. It was funny and sad all in the same sentence. Would recommend it to all my friends over 60.Published 4 days ago by frances flanagan
Olive is a device woven into vignettes of honest stories of believable people dealing with human challenges, but Olive is far more than just a device. Read morePublished 4 days ago by migrant777
A moving story of aging, and comming to terms with yourself. Much better than the HBO versionPublished 6 days ago by Super Seven
A good story although there are parts that get away from the main theme. It is well written and held my interest. The HBO movie portrays Olive very well.Published 9 days ago by SSW
Because I greatly enjoyed the movie by the same name, I was eager to read the book and was very pleased with many of its devices: separate but intertwined lives presented in tight... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Deborah W. Seigman