Astray (Review)

I’ve read Donoghue’s books Room and Landing before, so I was happy to pick up the audio copy of Astray almost immediately after it was released. I wasn’t sure that I’d enjoy this book as much, as I usually prefer novels over short stories, but I wanted to give it a try.

In short, I’m happy that I did.

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Landing (Review)

It’s entirely different in content, form, and theme, so don’t be scared away because of the dark undertone of Donoghue’s most famous book. Don’t overlook Landing either, though, as fluff. There’s something touching about the book, particularly as it reflects the reality of so many people who are in long-distance relationships today.

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