Tag: Ann Patchett

Review: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett

This was only my second read by Patchett, after the excellent Commonwealth, and I was struck again by Patchett’s thoughtful development of characters and understanding of family dynamics.  This is a story that covers decades in the lives of a single family in Pennsylvania,… Continue Reading “Review: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett”

Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

This was my first introduction to Ann Patchett; I think I started Bel Canto some years ago and didn’t get very far, which is probably not the fault of the author. Commonwealth was widely regarded as one of the best novels of 2016, and… Continue Reading “Commonwealth by Ann Patchett”

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