It's finally fall: Red at the Bone: Melody has them about the mother who has always been in and out—but mostly out—of her life. Her father has them regarding the future, now that his role as father of a child is shifting to father of a young woman.
The latest novel by Jacqueline Woodson—acclaimed author of Another Brooklyn and Brown Girl Dreaming — Red at the Bone is a beautifully written examination not just of the bonds of family, but also of how alone one can feel within it. Woodson paints a portrait of people who can barely remember who they once were, yet live with the echoes of their past selves every day. This lyrical novel makes the reader feel like they are present at a moment both they, and the characters, are attempting to unpack together.
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Despite the short time span, this story covers a lot of ground. The narrative follows one individual family member at a time, plus some unrelated characters, creating a rich account of what folks have done, remembered, and regretted.
None of the Tuchmans are native to Louisiana, so hearing from locals as well gives New Orleans wonderful depth as a setting. Readers will be tempted to speed through, in a push to find out what happens next.
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