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I enjoyed the author's writing style and would like to read other books he has written.
With just a few paragraphs, she can immerse you in a story so that you end up feeling as satisfied as if you've read an entire novel.
The characters and their stories are fresh and insightful , and the writing is beautiful.
I spent time reading this novel over the holiday weekend. I read it while working on a Saturday at a group home and I could virtually picture some of the setting details in the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by trin carl
Lahiri has a magical ability to use stories to bring real life into focus. As an expat raising children in a foreign country, I felt the dilemma of her characters. Read morePublished 27 days ago by SMA
Book was in great condition. I also loved the literature - recommend it to anyone who likes to read.Published 1 month ago by Knoblauch Chick
Loved this book. I don' really read short stories, because I always feel something is left out. These where well described stories of the human condition.Published 1 month ago by D.S
I enjoyed the book, but wasn't expecting short stories. Also, I dislike second person singular, which appeared in a couple of the stories.Published 1 month ago by Susan E. Walker
I don't like short stories. I like to know the characters from start to finish. Short stories make me feel like I'm missing something. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ACH
Lahiri's prose is simply gorgeous. Many writers produce compelling stories, but the reading of hers is a joy.Published 1 month ago by Susan