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As everyone knows, Stegner is an amazing writer - Spectator Bird does not disappoint. This is one of the most gentle of books and yet the story unfolds almost imperceptibly. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Judith Garry
I doubted would have appreciated this book when I was younger. Bittersweet, honest and well written … I couldn't walkaway when the story ended.Published 12 days ago by Rapid reader
Beautifully written and goes along with all his great books - especially Crossing to Safety .
Highly recommended .
Stegner's companion novel to "All The Little Live Things" is a poignant look back on a trip that he and wife Ruth took to Norway in search of answers to life's biggest... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. V. Sage
Wonderful writing as I expected from Wallace Stegner. This is such an insightful and tender look at a long relationship and the process of aging. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Carland
Let me preface this by saying that I love Wallace Stegner - and I liked Joe Allston too, at least in "All the Little Live Things," which I have reread over and over in my... Read morePublished 3 months ago by inthesilence
This novel is a courageous coming to terms with a career, a family, love, friendships, life-- now all past their prime.Published 5 months ago by Tobe Dulworth
I read this initially almost 20 years ago, following "Crossing To Safety" and "Angle of Repose" -- two of his masterpieces. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sharon Hope