Well-written and poignant. This beautiful story chronicles the seemingly ordinary life that Annie Brown built . . . her work, her family, and her best friend Annemarie. Through these flawed characters, we see that life is a crafted landscape of many colors and a tightly woven thread holds our compartmentalized quilt together. In death the thread snaps, that precious connection is lost, and it all becomes so loose and fragile for the ones left behind. I’m always appreciative when a novel like this comes along to remind us to cultivate empathy, to live fully, and love each other well while we still can.

I’d like to thank NetGalley for an advanced copy of After Annie for my unbiased evaluation.  5 stars

Professional Reader Reviews Published 100 Book Reviews

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This