One of the surest signs that a book has been a good read is when you reach the end and are disappointed that it is over -- you wish there was more of it. That is how I left after finishing Little Fires Everywhere. It’s not a traditional page-turner – not a mystery or a thriller that you can’t put down because of the suspense. Rather, the book is a family drama, and not even a highly melodramatic one at that. It is not written in scintillating prose that sweeps you off your feet but in “normal” language for regular people. It is, simply put, a very good story.

You can read more of my thoughts about this book at: https://bookswehaveread.com/2017/11/03/little-fires-everywhere/

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