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Anne MendelsonMaintaining three perspectives throughout a comparatively short book without labored or slick effect is no mean feat. But once she gets things up and running, Wolitzer accomplishes it with unforced smoothness. The breezy grace of the narrative is inches from mere coasting; the benign warmth with which she surveys assorted Suffolk County denizens is inches from sappiness. But what soundly judged inches!
— The New York Times