Domestic Fiction / Karen / Women's Fiction

The Arrivals by Meg Mitchell Moore

51v9RPEYT6L._SX321_BO1,204,203,200_The Arrivals is a debut novel that is a quiet, interesting story about family life. Ginny and William are enjoying their retirement; he doing gardening and she busy with her church work. They have done their jobs: raising three children that are now on their own. Lillian, the oldest, married with two young children. Stephen, married to a high-powered businesswoman in New York. The youngest, Rachel, is also living in New York. Life is good for Ginny & William. Until… One by one, each of their children return home with one crisis or another. Now Ginny and William’s nice new world is turned into chaos. For a first novel, I thought this author really got it right. Again, a simple story about change, love, and loyalty.



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