Irish generational saga
Colum McCann is a wonderful writer and the beautiful writing in TransAtlantic compares very well with his Let the Great World Spin. The opening chapter - the flight - is as poetic as DeLilllo's World Series baseball chapter in Underworld. As far as the story, it is similar to The Son by Phillip Meyers, which is a Texas generational saga. TransAtlantic is better.
Fabulous! A good reader can make the book even more enjoyable, and Ms. Hughes certainly did that for me.
Lotte because of her interesting life.
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