Our Souls at NightBook - 2015
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In Holt, Colorado, widower Louis Waters is initially thrown when the widowed Addie Moore suggests that they spend time together, in bed, to stave off loneliness, but soon they are exchanging the confidences and memories.
JCLCatherineG Oct 15, 2016
JCLKariE Jun 03, 2016
Addie, a widow, invites her neighbor Louis, a widower, to share the nights together. Addie does not want to sleep alone anymore; she needs to talk and feel connected to someone again. A friendship blossoms and fills both of their lives with happiness. Haruf sets this story, like Plainsong, in his... Read More »
JCLStefanieE Mar 02, 2016
The story itself is one of loneliness, second chances, and generational differences. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys stories about complex family relationships. I thought it was beautiful and thought-provoking.
JCLMELODYK Jun 26, 2015
Two old people reach out to each other and experience a peaceful happiness that is expanded by the arrival of a young child and a rescue dog. Pure, earthly joy is shared among this sweet family until the old woman's son interferes with his foolish morality.
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