A dying wife and her husband and two grown daughters Touching. Re An Extraordinary Family Milo, Husband And Father, Is A Sculptor, And Lulu, Wife And Mother, Is His Model And Protectress Their Daughters, Hillary And Jennifer, Are Beautiful, Precocious Young Women Already Starting Careers Of Their Own They Spend Their Summers On An Island Off Cape Cod, But This May Be Lulu S Last And Now Her Family, One By One, Must Learn To Accept The Limits Of Love A Widely Acclaimed Debut Ý read Æ Summer by Lisa Grunwald í Novel This book has instantly become my favorite The characters are intelligent You will not find surface level nothingness with this book, as it is chocked full with important life lessons about love, life, family, and the beautiful mess that is it all I d recommend this book for anyone with sensible taste who would love to have a nice light read along with some important life lessons along the way. 2. 5 ↠´ Summer õ Actually 3 to 4 stars It was painful to read about death.
Absolutely wretched Brat Pack whiner about the mother dying Interesting story about a family of artists on an island off Cape Cod and how a young girl deals with her family.
About The Author
Lisa Grunwald is the author of the novels The Irresistible Henry House, Whatever Makes You Happy, New Year s Eve, The Theory of Everything, and Summer Along with her husband, Reuters editor in chief Stephen J Adler, she edited the bestselling anthologies The Marriage Book, Women s Letters and Letters of the Century Grunwald is a former contributing editor to Life and a former features editor of