Friday, December 26, 2014

STILL LIFE WITH BREAD CRUMBS by Anna Quindlen--What did you think?

Let your fellow readers know what you thought of Still Life with Bread Crumbs, by Anna Quindlen.

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Remember that the book is due back to DCLC by Wednesday, January 7, and that our meeting to discuss the book will take place on Monday, January 12, 2015, at 12:05. Next up for the group: Life after Life, by Kate Atkinson. 

1 comment:

  1. First, so different than other A. Quindlen books I have read (namely One True Thing, the one that was made into a movie w Meryl Streep playing the mom).
    Enjoyed the book and her writing style and zoomed through. I enjoyed her “foreshadowing” technique…but that comes later."
    How hopeful that a 60 year old female can find true love with a 44 year old “younger” man.
    Was such a beautiful slow transition from her initial discomfort in the rental home to the ending when she buys the house and misses being there when in NYC. Did she end up selling her NYC apt? in order to afford building her new house in the country with Jim Bates?
    What a great line: “She is a prisoner in the amber of her own past.” p.15
    Looking forward to reading books with you in 2015. Happy New Year to one and all, Michelle


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