The Inheritance

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Product Details
Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Harper Paperbacks
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
6.1 X 8.88 X 0.85 inches | 0.71 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780063319394

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About the Author

Joanna Goodman is the author of the bestselling novels The Forgotten Daughter, The Home for Unwanted Girls, and The Finishing School. Originally from Montreal, she now lives in Toronto with her husband and two children.

Reviews

"In this captivating story layered with love, suspense, grief, and redemption, Goodman once again creates intriguing characters that will immediately draw readers in." -- Booklist on The Forgotten Daughter

"Resonant and relevant. . . . The characters, complex and flawed, love and fight so fiercely that it's hard not to be drawn into their passionate orbits and to feel, even slightly, a glimmer of hope as they refuse to give up on the ideal of happiness." -- Kirkus on The Forgotten Daughter

"A heart-wrenching saga of love and loss that's not to be missed." -- Toronto Star on The Home for Unwanted Girls

"Goodman's novel delves into the toxicity of inheritance and the way it can obsess and destroy one's sense of self and path in the world. She looks at the myriads of ways the women in the Bunt family hold themselves back, by focusing on appearance, by becoming love addicts, by denying abuse. Their struggle is cringey, complicated and a beautiful thing to behold. Goodman's women are impossible not to feel empathy and cheer for. An excellent, compulsively readable work." -- Heather O'Neill, author of When We Lost Our Heads

"Wise, immersive and full of the fierce vulnerability that links women together, The Inheritance reminded me of a Meg Wolitzer novel. With immediately engaging characters and a multilayered story that is, at its core, an ode to the deep complexities of being female and the powerful ties of family in all its forms, this is an unforgettable novel from a genuine talent." -- Marissa Stapley, New York Times bestselling author of Lucky

"The focus of this absorbing story remains on Arden and Virginia's personal journeys of loss and hope. Hand this one to readers who enjoy stories of relatable women finding strength and their places in the world." -- Booklist

"Thought-provoking." -- Washington Post