I was drawn into this story at first because of Annie Oh, the artist. Then I was captured by the voice (and chapters) of her husband, the psychologist. Each chapter moves amongst the family so you get diffrent perspectives of the same issues. Totally absorbing and rich with familial insights, Lamb totally delivers. --Marilyn
Indie Next ListNovember 2013
Lamb combines complex characters and an intricate plot with an array of contemporary topics and timeless issues in this engrossing novel. A wife and mother leaves her family to pursue an artistic career and an unconventional relationship. A husband and father abruptly abandons his longtime profession as a psychologist. Their children wonder at these transformations but hide secrets of their own. As the plot develops and the narrative shifts among characters, secrets are revealed and motives become clear to the reader. Essentially, Lamb addresses the longstanding question of whether anyone can really know the truth of another person. The answer is a resounding 'no.' -- Lynn Beeson, Loganberry Books, Shaker Hts, OH
About the Author
Wally Lamb is the author of the New York Times and national bestseller The Hour I First Believed, as well as the novels She's Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True, both #1 New York Times bestsellers and Oprah's Book Club selections. He lives in Connecticut with his family.