Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Sweeping Up Glass

I have to say that I have never yet read a growing-up-in-the-South novel that I haven't really enjoyed, and so it was with Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn Wall. I also have to say that I have never finished a growing-up-in-the-South novel that in any way makes me wish I had actually come of age in the South anytime in recent history. Even so, it does seem to provide a depth of experience that is fodder for many talented and/or popular writers.

3 comments:

  1. It always amazes me how many people enjoy reading about the South. I don't get it. Perhaps that's because I'm from the South.

    I look for books set in New England.

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  2. I am right with you, but I'll take your recommendation and have a look.

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  3. I'll check it out. I grew up in both north and south. Vastly different experiences.

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