Come Sunday Reviews
"Intense, unsparing, dark and often downbeat, but distinguished by an impassioned, poetic voice." - Kirkus Reviews
"Starred Review. Firmly establishing her in the pantheon of such insightful authors as Chris Bohjalian, Sue Miller, and Anita Shreve, Morley's poignant, read-in-one-sitting tale of loss and renewal will haunt readers." - Booklist
"A heart-wrenching tale of unthinkable loss and hard-won healing. This is a novel to savor." - Sara Gruen, author of Water for Elephants
"An arresting, heart-wrenching novel...a phenomenal debut." - The San Diego Union-Tribune
"A compelling tale of survival, reinvention, and hope, in the end, Come Sunday is less about the death of a young child as about personal redemption and resurrection.... Vivid and poignant." - The Boston Globe
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