A remarkably lucid and authoritative novelist
Elisabeth Hyde captures family life perfectly . . . superb and compelling
A book full of huge-hearted mistake makers that you'll want to call your own-GO ASK FANNIE is a rousing reminder that the only way to truly forgive another person is to first forgive yourself.
Elisabeth Hyde has written a funny, joyous novel, heartbreaking and heartwarming all at once and in the very best ways.
What does it mean to be a family? What are the secrets we hide? In this poignant, often funny, yet serious novel, Elisabeth Hyde mines the mysteries and paradoxes of our most intimate connections.
Hyde is a first-rate storyteller, funny and compassionate
Elisabeth Hyde creates a family we can all relate to - the squabbling siblings, the truths we never admit to ourselves, let along others - and does so with great humour
A richly rewarding novel
An engaging family saga, reminiscent of Anne Tyler or Anita Shreve