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I liked this novel more than the Library Journal’s reviewer Caroline M. Hallsworthy did. I think it is a credit to Enright to be able to write such a compelling novel about a story with very limited physical action on the part of the characters. No light reading here: a stark novel plumbing the depths of struggling love and the things that pass for love. A great book for those who don’t need sunshine in all they read.
posted Dec 19, 2007 at 4:03PM
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Age: Middle aged
Middle child in a family of nine; lost her rebellious brother in a drowning; journeys from London to bring her brother's body back home; resents her mother; dissatisfied with her husband and children.