Ann Patchett | Fiction 2019
The Dutch House is about siblings Danny and Maeve, as told by the younger Danny, over five decades of their relationship. And it is about the quirky Pennsylvania mansion that defines their family relationships and, to some extent, their demise.
Maeve and Danny are close, loving, interwoven, and highly connected. It is truly a beautiful partnership to behold. With resilience, they maneuver their way through all the Dutch House throws at them: parents, step-mom and step-sisters, death, love, careers, expectations, disappointments, successes...
I found this book to be interesting, but not astounding. I give it three hearts ... it might tickle your fancy, but I make no promises.