Ann Patchett does it again.
It’s the fifth book I have read by this author and I enjoyed every single one of them!
She has a gift for storytelling that brings the characters to life so vividly but without assuming that the reader needs to be spoon-fed with every little detail explained and rehashed. I love the way she delves into rich scenes of the characters’ lives, supplying information regarding the past as needed, when it serves the plot. I also enjoy how this story about the lives of the members of two families is told from the perspective of different family members at different time periods. Especially as it all ties in together so seamlessly.
It’s a very hard book to stop reading – read when you have some free time!
I think there are two books of Patchett’s I haven’t yet read, but I will!