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If you could sum up Family Room in three words, what would they be?
This is a story that explores the changing nature of families, and finding a place of belonging, no matter your age. It's about growing up (again, applicable at any age), letting go of the past and making room for a present and a future based on what is, not on fantasy.
What did you like best about this story?
Of course, it's always great to spend time with Deirdre, the heroine, and travel with her through emotional (and also, in this case, physical) twists and turns. The movement of relationships from antipathy to compassion is well presented. There's just enough mystery surrounding motives to keep the reader engaged and wanting to find out more.
Which character – as performed by Carin Gilfry – was your favorite?
I really liked them all. Each in their own way, even those who were initially presented as self-serving or selfish, had aspects everyone could relate to. This is the hallmark of a good writer - making the reader root for the characters and wish them the best, no matter how foolish their behaviors might be at times.
Any additional comments?
I listened to this book while traveling, and it was a great way to make the journey enjoyable.