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Gilead will remain a part of my own personal memory after this third in the trilogy. Although "Lila" remains my favorite, I rejoiced in this alternative perspective on the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rebecca Richard
I highly recommend this book. It is not a feel good or easy beach read. It is a thought provoking book on how our lives spin out from our experiences, family and our own choices.Published 8 days ago by sarah
I read GILEAD some time ago, and recently read LILA. As a result of loving LILA, I completed the trilogy by reading HOME. Of the three, it is my least favorite. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Carolyn Plemmons
Can get mired down at times in the seeming repetitive minutiae but the human drama is compelling and keeps moving. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kathy Kieselhorst
A solid story of home, redemption,family. Not as wel written as Gilead. Nonetheless it is worth picking up sometime. ThanksPublished 25 days ago by kent delay