Cosas Que Leo #164: OLIVE KITTERIDGE, Elizabeth Strout

“Henry reached for her often those nights. She was certain he’d had no idea. He would have said something, because Henry was that way, he did not keep things to himself. But in Jim O’Casey there had been a wariness, a quiet anger, and she had seen herself in him, had said to him once, We’re both cut from the same piece of bad cloth. He had just watched her, eating his apple.”

Olive Kitteridge


Scribner, 2016 (publicado originalmente en 2008)

337 págs.