The absolutely normal but complex way the author integrated the characters
That life is so full of interest and importance no matter how outwardly insignificant the players appear to be.
where all the girls - old and young - went skinny dipping!
The little girl - what sort of an adult will she become having been shown the undemanding love of four lonely women.
Very human portrayal of every aspect of life - realistic but not overly moralist. Well read and worth listening to again, looking forward to some more from this author.
Haven't read the print version
The death of one of the brothers.
Not quite as enjoyable as Benediiction
Life is Like That.
Yes because I have enjoyed previous books, particularly ones dealing with relevant topics.
It seemed too uncoordinated
The narrators made the characters seem real
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