By Anna Quindlen
In a small city at the verge of huge swap, a tender girl finds deep secrets and techniques approximately her relations and unforeseen truths approximately herself. full of insights which are the hallmark of Anna Quindlen’s bestsellers, Miller’s Valley is an emotionally strong tale a couple of relatives you'll by no means forget.
For generations the Millers have lived in Miller’s Valley. Mimi Miller tells approximately her lifestyles with intimacy and honesty. As Mimi eavesdrops on her mom and dad and quietly observes the folk round her, she discovers progressively more in regards to the toxicity of relatives secrets and techniques, the risks of gossip, the failings of marriage, the inequalities of friendship and the dangers of ardour, loyalty, and love. domestic, as Mimi starts to gain, should be “a position the place it’s simply as effortless to believe misplaced because it is to believe content.”
Miller’s Valley is a masterly learn of relatives, reminiscence, loss, and, eventually, discovery, of discovering precise id and a brand new imaginative and prescient of domestic. As Mimi says, “No one ever leaves town the place they grew up, no matter if they go.” Miller’s Valley reminds us that where the place you grew up can disappear, and the folk in it too, yet all will survive on your center ceaselessly.
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