As Curtis discovers that his good behavior and best intentions won’t be enough to keep him safe, his worldview shifts, and survival becomes more of a strategy.
—Arianna ReboliniIn a year of hotly anticipated sequels, Strout’s Olive, Again was simply the best of the bunch.
It’s a wonderful achievement, reminiscent of Salman Rushdie at his best and the tales of Gabriel García Márquez and Isabel Allende.
Exploring fundamental philosophical questions, such as what punishment and forgiveness look like, Women Talking is one of those books that feels destined to become a classic.
But his book really is good, an absorbing coming-of-age story about growing up young, black, and gay in Texas.

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