Easy read. A little slow for me but I enjoyed the family dynamics of the story as well as the conformist/nonconformist lifestyles of the characters.
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I don‘t know how I feel about this book, it was fast and easy to read (my opinion of a great book) but kind of left me feeling a little nothing.
Vacation now starts! So is for a new book! ✨
About clerking after law school: “Sprinkled on top of these factors is the reality that you work closely with these judges. And no one wants to waste a year getting berated by an asshole in black robes.” I relate in so many ways to the author of this book having been the poor kid in a large public university, then a pretty decent law school, and a clerkship. I just managed my way through never really knowing the secrets to success.
A family struggles to say what's been left unsaid in the wake of a death. Lydia, the golden child, drowns in the opening chapter, and her parents, older brother, and younger sister spend the rest of the novel coming to grips with the ways their expectations and experiences across race/ethnicity, age, gender, and personality influenced their lives.
Inside steps it is today. Maybe later I‘ll get a real walk in.