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Honestly, I can t see how this won the National Book Award If I were being charitable, I would say that it was an attempt to do a Mrs Dalloway esque novel with a setting and time period update, but Robb Forman Dew is no Virginia Woolf Parts of the book are good, but other parts go by at a snail s pace I didn t really care about any of the characters in the novel, especially the husband I felt like his parts of the novel weren t really needed, or could be eliminated without changing anything A begrudging 2 stars, as I didn t hate it, but probably wouldn t recommend it either. I had 6 hours in an airplane and NOTHING else to read but this book I read the airline magazine and the safety exit pamphlets numerous times and still I could not bring myself to finish this book I even tried to skip around hoping that a chapter would grab my interest and nothing Note to self make sure you ve read some of the book before committing to it and bringing it on an airplane. @FREE E-PUB á Dale Loves Sophie to Death à Best EPub, Dale Loves Sophie To Death Author Robb Forman Dew This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Dale Loves Sophie To Death, Essay By Robb Forman Dew Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You From the title I was expecting some deep passionate story, but nothing really happens I kept waiting for a real story line, but instead got a character study It focuses on the unresolved conflicts between a woman in her 40 s and her parents Since I am past that age and my parents are no longer in this world, the family tensions and resentments are not relevant to me now There seemed to be a lot irritation than happiness in this family. There s something lovely about this portrait of gracious living in a small Ohio town The intimate, episodes, elegantly detailed and loosely interwoven, recalls Virginia Woolf Nothing much happens, although love manages to be affirmed in spite of family dysfunction. What horrible characters And so much angst Nonstop, it was awful I only finished because a morbid sense of curiosity impelled me to keep reading and see if anything ever happened Answer not really. It was pretty boring. Dinah is age 36 and still trying to understand the melancholic foundations of her childhood, as she returns every summer with her own three children to burrow into memories of her hometown of Enfield, OH Her introspection matches her malaise, both potentially tedious for the reader, but it was a thoughtful meander through issues of family and love. I was not at all a fan of this book, which is surprising because I am an easy to please reader I felt as if the book was literally about nothing The wife and husband have different plans for the summer and the book is about what each of them do and think during that time But there is no real plot point or focus No issue to be resolved or feelings to discover No character growth It is literally about the two months they are apart and that is all There were a handful of well written prose in this book but other than those few I was unimpressed The dialogue was not compelling and there was so much unneeded detail It was just rough to try and read I did a full blog review but it does have spoilers so beware 2 10 This might be a bit unfair seeing as I only read a chapter and a half but I was so bored I just didn t care enough to continue, if the whole book continues in the same minute introspection I m glad I stopped, give me a book with a story anyday From what I read I hated Dinah, she cares far too much about herself and her own thoughts The only person I liked was her mother because she picked up on the fake illness and rolled her eyes at it exactly as I did, this is definitely not my kind of book.