Searching for Caleb
"Magic and true, dazzling and wise...It has an astounding confidence, depth and range...A wonderful, wonderful novel."
THE BOSTON GLOBE
Duncan Peck has a fascination for randomness and is always taking his family on the move. His wife, Justine, is a fortune teller who can't remember the past. Her grandfather, Daniel, longs to find the brother who walked out of his life in 1912, with nothing more than a fiddle in his hand. All three are taking journeys that lead back to the family's deepest roots...to a place where rebellion and acceptance have the haunting power to merge into one....
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbsovereign - LibraryThing
Tyler's families are always so dysfunctional, but because their personalities charm us, we do not drown in existential angst. A fun journey into one family's identity. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rmckeown - LibraryThing
Page 50 of Ann Tyler’s early novel, Searching for Caleb, is the end of chapter three. Around page 40, I decided I would give this novel to exactly page 50. But suddenly, the story became really ... Read full review