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Character development and stories fully realized beyond all expectations. Here you'll find short stories integrated with characters unexpectedly reappearing over time. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Richard Warren
I checked this book out electronically from my local library (a great service by the way!) because I had seen the book at the store many times and new it was well regarded. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Scott Hammond
These 13 stories revolving around a small group of people living in a coastal Maine town is deeply moving and thought provoking. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Mark D. Wilson
The various chapters, or vignettes, in this book are interesting as stand-alone stories. To me, the coherence of them all, in terms of making a single book, is somewhat lacking. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Richard S. Wells
Elizabeth Strout is an amazing story teller and obviously has fabulous insights into people, love reading any of her novels!Published 10 days ago
Great characterisation, wonderful observations, just a pity that the last chapter duplicated so much content from one of her other books, The Burgess Boys.Published 10 days ago by Bronwen Nicholson
Each story, each character delves into the human psyche with truth of joy and despair. The order of the stories seems arbitrary, but actually spins a web that leads back to Olive... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Janie Scott