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The true theme of this story is relationships. How they affect us, how they change us, how they evolve over time and how we all become entwined into a community, sometimes even... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Really tried to read this book, but gave up. Too many characters, too much rambling, felt like there was no plot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jenny1991
This is a very well done book. I was engrossed from beginning to end. I will be read more by Ms Glass.Published 2 months ago by Susan J. Nienstedt
How could anyone not give this funny will written book a 5. So real and witty!Published 3 months ago by Alicia G. Shultz
I sometimes judge a book by the first few pages I read once I pick it up. I have to say that the first few pages of Julia Glass's new book were a little hard to get through and I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Bosslet
Excellent novel about several people connected with an elderly widower in a wealthy Boston suburb. Three characters, unconnected to each other, are from Guatemala: yardman,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by tirzah783
Enjoyable read for my book club. Liked the humor of the 'widower.' As a cancer survivor of Her2, the descriptions are accurate.Published 4 months ago by JDA
such a great story with wonderful characters of all ages and stages in life. Loved it!Published 5 months ago by Mary Ann Burns