The Mountain can Wait by Sarah Leipciger

This was a beautiful book. Sparsely written but with beautiful prose. It is the story of Tom, a single father who finds he is connected to his children by guilt. The book opens with a hit and run and when Tom finds he is connected to it, he tries to mend his dysfunctional family and finds he is not the father he thought he was. The atmosphere and settings of the book are helped by the author’s prose. The connection with nature and the disconnection with each other is beautifully woven together by the skill of author. I recommend all to read it. Thanks to Lovereading for the ARC.
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