Sara Valero Valero itibaren Kalamaki 400 03, Yunanistan
Oops. Thought I'd been and gone and reviewed this ages ago. Like all Anne Tyler books, I really enjoyed it. Like just about every book I read these days, I've pretty much forgotten it already although it's only a couple of weeks since I read it (I think). Basically, it's a very sweet tale of a Baltimore guy who brings up his older brother's kids from age 18 (although the kids aren't his brother's really either). He's on a bit of a guilt trip because he feels responsible for his brother's death and he finds salvation in an offbeat church. This sounds a bit quirky, but basically it's Anne Tyler's usual theme of families and everyday life. She's very good at making the ordinary and everyday something rather special.