Posts tagged with "Domestic Fiction"
Woven into the fabric of this story are bits of Polish mythology, and this influences the fates of the women involved. Lulu is an opera singer who has trouble with her voice following the difficult birth of her daughter, an event that has extracted a personal cost to her family. When a daughter is born, someone must be held accountable…
Adrienne Celt does a magnificent job creating mood and atmosphere in this story. You can feel the darkness descend and the moments of tension between the women are tangible. The passion of these mothers is transcendent, and to be in their inner circle is fascinating. As an added bonus, most of the action takes place in Chicago. This is a very interesting read, and a wonderful exploration of the powers of motherhood.
The Three Weissmann's of Westport has been labeled a modern-day homage to Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility. It's a very well done read-alike, I might add. Her characters are engaging, humorous and sad all at the same time. This book is full of wit and wisdom that will bring a smile to your face and a tear to your eye.