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Another of Elizabeth Strout's beautifully and poetically-written books. Her characters are complex and her writing is elegant. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Rayna Gillman
I have read everything this author has written, but this story didn't grab me. It was suuuuppper slow. I didn't get past first few chapters. I never put down a book either.Published 21 days ago by Holajac
I like all Elizabeth Strout's books. I was involved all the way through. Sad sometimes but happy ending.Published 28 days ago by Mary F. Boudreau
As always, Ms. Strout demonstrates an exceptional insight into the human spirit. She encourages the idea that love truly conquers all.Published 1 month ago by Mary Kay
I highly recommend Abide withMe. Parts can every depressing. I wondered if I would finish it. Is so glad I did. Beautiful.Published 1 month ago by Ruth Fishel