LibraryThing Review Somewhere Off the Coast of Maine by Ann Hood 3 women who grew up in the late 60's their children are now of age in the 80's. Starts off with Sparrow (Susan) and her mother Susanne who is constantly
LibraryThing Review I'm pretty sure this book won't win any literary prizes, but it was good enough that I never had any doubt that I'd keep reading after Nancy Pearl's 50-page cut-off point. It's quite an interesting
LibraryThing Review Three friends, three very different stories that merge first in the late sixties, and then later in the 80's. From carefree college days to parenthood and earning a living, the three women have gone
LibraryThing Review Started reading it and realized I've read it before. Still, read it through again. A little unsatisfying - I like less ambiguous endings - I wanted to know what would be happening next. I felt like it just ended.
Somewhere off the coast of Maine Two first novels are the initial offerings under Bantam's New Fiction imprint, which will present "quality fiction.'' They are both light, unexceptional reading with a heavy price tag. Savan's theme