Read This and Tell Me What It Says: Stories
In her first full-length story collection, author A. Manette Ansay explores the rural Midwest landscape and the people who inhabit it: ordinary folk with extraordinary inner lives, struggling to make sense of the isolated, sometimes painful, and often intensely religious worlds in which they live. Her are 15 haunting and exquisitely written tales that offer a rare and unforgettable glimpse into the complexities of being human and being alive.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - berylweidenbach - LibraryThing
I don't usually read short story collections preferring instead the more complete characterizations in novels. But I have really enjoyed Ansay's other novels so thought I would give this a try. I was ... Read full review
Read this and tell me what it saysUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Poignant, mostly realistic short stories that peel into family lives in a fictional Wisconsin town make up this collection by the author of Vinegar Hill (LJ 8/94). In "Smoke," a widow haunted by her ... Read full review