The Other Family Reviews
"Trollope's keen ear for dialogue and her pointed development of secondary characters keep the novel on the safe side of overwrought, while the hopeful if too tidy conclusion highlights the sometimes surprising possibilities that can emerge in the wake of grief." - Publishers Weekly
"Though not the author's best, this is elegantly written domestic fictionwell worth reading for its snappy dialog and head-on tackling of a modern, middle-class family's dilemma." - Library Journal
"Trollope treats her characters with tough love, refusing to either downplay or offer pat solutions to their predicaments." - Kirkus Reviews
"Hurt feelings and issues of abandonment vie with the impulse to forge ahead and to heal in this intelligent and moving novel of modern family life." - Booklist
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