A Tin Can Tree
When young Jamie Pike dies in a tragic accident, she leaves behind a family numbed with grief and torn with guilt and recrimination. In this compassionate and haunting novel Anne Tyler explores how each member of the family learns to face the future in their own way.
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Review: The Tin Can TreeUser Review - Candace - Goodreads
This was a strong early novel for Anne Tyler. It moved verrrry slowly, and the resolution kind of went over my head or was tacked on and artificial. However, the characters were interesting, and the ... Read full review
Review: The Tin Can TreeUser Review - Marissa Morrison - Goodreads
This was riveting and rang true emotionally. It's about getting stuck in relationship ruts, fleeing relationships, and making choices about how to interact with those you love to develop new paths. Read full review