CommonwealtheBook - 2016
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"I love how Patchett captures the emotional changes over time of the adults and children as two marriages break up, the children combine and break apart, and ultimately gain understanding as they survive adversity and move into adulthood."
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Franny gave her sister a tired smile. "Oh, my love," she said. "What do the only children do?"
"Half the things in this life I wish I could remember and the other half I wish I could forget."
"All the stories go with you, Franny thought, closing her eyes. All the things I didn’t listen to, won’t remember, never got right, wasn’t around for.
“Isn’t that what everyone wants, just for a moment to be unencumbered?
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