Thursday, March 26, 2015

I was reading the NPR review of Anne Tyler's latest novel, A Spool of Blue Thread, and came across this excerpt:

The house is lovingly described, and like Tyler's novels, it's well-built, homey and unpretentious, "a house you might see pictured on a thousand-piece jigsaw puzzle, plain-faced and comfortable, with the Stars and Stripes, perhaps, flying out front and a lemonade stand at the curb."

1 comment:

Rachel Federman said...

agh! you're making me so excited to get back to contemporary fiction