A short write-up on why I loved this novel despite its flawed ending (or alternatively, why this novel has a flawed ending even though I loved it.)
Grace to the mother says the emphysemic,
but this is not the garden where all
loves end—this is just the house where all
doors close and journeys die.
Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens My rating: 4 of 5 stars Cautious 4 stars Well written and engaging. I found myself turning pages earnestly, and I loved the ecological beauty present in the story. I loved the themes of loneliness and isolation and the quiet exploration of trauma, the damage it does to …