It All Comes Down to This
For fans of Anne Patchett and Emma Straub comes a wonderfully entertaining book about sisterhood, mid-life conundrums, crossroads, hearts breaking and re-making. The Geller sisters grew up in Manhattan, retreating to Maine in the summer to the cabin bought with their father's inheritance when they were little. It means something different to each sister; Beck, the eldest, a writer still in New York, wants to use it to finally write that novel she has been dreaming of for years. Claire, the middle sister, a cardiologist in Minnesota, is recently divorced and never visits as she balances her practice with raising her son. Sophie, the youngest, also needs the money but in a desperate way. Her Instagram account shows a cosmopolitan art gallerist partying with celebrities and being paid to wear clothes for her blog. Regardless of the facade, the truth is that she is homeless and broke, couch surfing in the penthouses of her famous friends. Beck, Claire, and Sophie will have to come to terms with more than what will happen to the cabin after their mother dies. When one secret unfolds, they all start spilling out—and all manner of bedlam ensues. This book comes out in June and is perfect for luring you back into a summer reading routine!