Little Island by Katharine Britton

  Little Island caught my attention when I happened to be in the mood for a contemporary fiction, family-drama type of novel, and it had the added bonus of being set in Maine. It didn't disappoint. Joy, her mother Grace, her father Gar, and her twin siblings Roger and Tamar have been working through a tragedy from their past, one that has affected each of them in a different way. When they come together to hold a memorial service for Grace's mother, tensions come to a head. Each family member is forced to deal with one another, as well as look within to find peace. The dialogue was realistic, the characters complex. Britton spent plenty of time fleshing them out.…

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