On Motherhood and Rage: A Not-Review of Anne Marie MacDonald’s Adult Onset

The put your pillow over your face to keep it quiet as you fall asleep kind of book is a rare thing. There are only two other books in the last 5 years that have had this effect on me — Jose Saramago’s Blindness and Marilynne Robinson’s Home (I am half-way through the third book in this trilogy, Lila, and am flabbergasted at how completely and masterfully Robinson has offered completely unique points of view in each of the books and how it speaks so much to how much we never really know or understand any one else). – Read more