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The book discussion group read this collection of stores in December 2015. We had a fairly small group (which is great for discussion), who most enthusiastically liked or loved the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. Williams
An excellent collection of eclectic short stories set in the present that explore gay themes.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Rather a mixed batch of stories, ranging from the poor to the interesting. This is certainly not Toibin's best work. Very uneven.Published 4 months ago by Stephen M Finn
I think Colm Toibin is a brilliant writer. One of my favorites. His psychological portraiture is so deft, and his worlds are so atmospheric and precise that being immersed in them... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sally Schloss
He writes in a voice that is calm and poetic, honest and brutal. You feel you are with his characters in a very personal way. Read morePublished 10 months ago by gejnpa
I don't think many readers like Colm Toibin. Maybe some of them are too young to have experienced the events and emotions that Toibin
depicts. Read more
I did not find The Empty Family Stories my kind of reading. I am a bit of a die hard when it comes to finishing a book so I did read the entire book. It was not a page turner.Published 21 months ago by Constant Reader