A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I have Christina's World hanging in my spare room--that painting has always made me think and appreciate my rural upbringing. And, so, of course, I had to read this historical fiction novel written about the life of Christina Olson, the woman in the painting. It's slow-going, but the audiobook narrator was good, and I stuck with it until Wyeth painted the famous work at the end of the novel.
I didn't care for Orphan Train either, so I won't be reading anymore by this author.
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