Through tender conversations with Cora and Lou, another of Addie’s dear friends, Scarlet slowly comes to peace with her mother’s complicated life. But can she do the same with her own? Scarlet has carried a secret into these foggy days - a secret for Addie, one that involves Cora, too.
In its structure and style this novel follows in the tradition of writers like Virginia Woolf, Harriet Doerr, and Carol Shields: musical and dramatic, with myriad stories and voices. But the evocative language of this soaring novel is Hinnefeld’s own. -- Unbridled Books
Much to my surprise, I am one of the bloggers who was "blurbed" in the front of the book! As you can imagine, I am extremely flattered. Here's what I said:
"Rich and beautifully written, and it touched me deeply."
If you've read IN HOVERING FLIGHT, I'd love to hear what you think.