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My Name is Lucy BartonLucy is in hospital recovering from surgery when her mother who she hasn't seen for years comes to visit. They talk a bit about Lucy's childhood, which was troubled and difficult. Her father had PTSD from WWII and made the kids' life difficult sometimes. Anyway, in the end, the novel finishes, blah blah.
by Elizabeth Strout
Score: 6.5
Published: 2016
Read: July 23rd 2020

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John said

A bit dreary and empty I thought but maybe that was the point. Possibly it was poignant, and I didn't pick up on it.

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