Coming to you from the car en route from Tennessee home to Wisconsin!
An absolutely glorious commentary on motherhood, marriage, grief, faith and forgiveness. As a mother and daughter, I made note of so many passages and thoughts that hit me especially hard, particularly those that pertained to children actually knowing a mother’s whole self. This isn’t a funny novel, but there is certainly wit, and as it is buried in grief and loss, it hits you even harder and catches you by surprise. A beautiful family saga that makes you ache for the victims of words unsaid throughout generations. Highly highly recommend.