[BOOKS] ✴ All Adults Here ✻ Emma Straub – Pmgtest.info

All Adults Here When Astrid Strick Witnesses A School Bus Accident In The Center Of Town, It Jostles Loose A Repressed Memory From Her Young Parenting Days Decades Earlier Suddenly, Astrid Realizes She Was Not Quite The Parent She Thought She D Been To Her Three, Now Grown Children But To What Consequence Astrid S Youngest Son Is Drifting And Unfocused, Making Parenting Mistakes Of His Own Her Daughter Is Intentionally Pregnant Yet Struggling To Give Up Her Own Adolescence And Her Eldest Seems To Measure His Adult Life According To Standards No One Else Shares But Who Gets To Decide, So Many Years Later, Which Long Ago Lapses Were The Ones That Mattered Who Decides Which Apologies Really Count It Might Be That Only Astrid S Thirteen Year Old Granddaughter And Her New Friend Really Understand The Courage It Takes To Tell The Truth To The People You Love The MostIn All Adults Here, Emma Straub S Unique Alchemy Of Wisdom, Humor, And Insight Come Together In A Deeply Satisfying Story About Adult Siblings, Aging Parents, High School Boyfriends, Middle School Mean Girls, The Lifelong Effects Of Birth Order, And All The Other Things That Follow Us Into Adulthood, Whether We Like Them To Or Not

About the Author: Emma Straub

Emma Straub is the New York Timesbestselling author of the novels All Adults Here, Modern Lovers, The Vacationers, Laura Lamont s Life in Pictures, and the short story collection Other People We Married Straub s work has been published in twenty countries, and she and her husband own Books Are Magic, an independent bookstore in Brooklyn, New York.

10 thoughts on “All Adults Here

  1. says:

    The book starts out with quirky, delightful characters 68 year old Astrid witnesses the accidental death of an acquaintance, decides life is short and it s time to reveal her secrets to her adult children and right perceived wrongs The children, of course, all have problems and secrets of their own Who doesn t The writing is engaging with wonderful nuggets

  2. says:

    It seems that many authors believe in the is better philosophy in writing books these days They cram every bit of what s in vogue into their stories and oftentimes all these topics overwhelm the book Such was the case with this book.While I did enjoy the first half of the story, the second half seemed to be belabored with paragraphs that went on and on, and repeti

  3. says:

    Review to be published shortly before publication on 9th July

  4. says:

    This was entertaining, though there was definitely zero plot I mean, maybe a minuscule plot Hard to find Need a magnifying glass I think it s a big of a set piece A truly enjoyable one, though I will have NO trouble at all handing this to patrons looking for beach reading in 2020, I ll tell you what.Thanks to the publisher and to NetGalley for the digital ARC.

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It might be my favorite Emma Straub The relationships and the character development was so well written This author has a great writing style and makes her books very interesting reads This book comes out on May 5 so be ready to purchase

  6. says:

    If you re having Gil Girls withdrawals but wish the show were progressive, then you ll love Emma Straub s latest The Strick family is all around unlikable at first read, but each character becomes and endearing as the book progresses It s slower paced than Straub s previous books, but I appreciated it after the chaotically fun final chapters It s a fun, poignant read that will stick with you long

  7. says:

    i received an arc of this novel from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review i just want to say first and foremost that this book was so beautiful people are so fascinating to me and i love getting to know them this novel was perfect for me in that it was a careful examination of the intricate web that encompasses family relationships I haven t always like reading about family relationships but now i love

  8. says:

    Emma Straub does it again She is adept at introducing us to a flawed yet lovable cast of characters as they learn to navigate aging and family dynamics 4.5 stars.

  9. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Astrid Strick is her sixties As she looks back on her life, she regrets some of her decisions and some her interactions with her children She is also ready to live life on her own terms and be who she really is While the message is empowering, the than 12 key characters and a boat load of issues death, grudges, Internet predators, bullying, h

  10. says:

    The best of Emma Straub by far

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