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  • Complex & Poignant

    I read Monogamy by Sue Miller in staves with other Pigeonholers as part of a group. Annie and Graham have been married for over 30 years, and it's the second time around for them both. Annie is a photographer and a bit of an introvert, whilst Graham, the owner of a Massachusetts bookshop, has a more exuberant personality, and everyone loves larger than life Graham. Annie and Graham have daughter, Sarah together, and Graham and his first wife, Frieda have a son, Lucas. When Graham suddenly dies, the man whose enormous presence has apparently dominated all of their lives, Annie is left bereft and lost. With chapters that alternated between characters and time periods, I found Monogamy to be a fascinating and enthralling story. Sue Miller's portrayal of Annie's grief stemming from Graham's death was authentic and moving. The novel was largely a fine-drawn, quality character study, that was reflective, complex, highly emotive and rather disquieting. This was my first book by Sue Miller and I have been inspired to check out some of her other work, starting with The Senator's Wife. A special thank you to Bloomsbury Publishing, Sue Miller, NetGalley and Pigeonhole for a complimentary copy of this novel at my request. This review is my unbiased opinion.

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