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Go Ask Fannie

Go Ask Fannie by Elisabeth Hyde
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Apr 10, 2018 | 304 Pages
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Praise for Go Ask Fannie

“Writing in a style both affecting and realistic, Hyde gives readers a family that could mirror their own, including the characters, the conversations, and the treasured family keepsake. With all the feels of a This Is Us episode, Hyde’s latest novel will delight readers.”—Booklist

“Hyde’s insightful and engaging novel is highly recommended, especially for readers who enjoy family sagas by Sue Miller and Anne Tyler.”BookPage

“It’s a must-read for anyone who loves a good family drama—especially those with siblings.”Hello Giggles

“A book full of huge-hearted mistake makers that you’ll want to call your own—Go Ask Fannie is a rousing reminder that the only way to truly forgive another person is to first forgive yourself.”Courtney Maum, author of Touch and I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You

“Wonderful characters, a gorgeous sense of time and place, and elegant storytelling make Go Ask Fannie an utter delight. The members of this loving, raging, totally compelling family may not like one another all the time, but I adored them all from the first page. Elisabeth Hyde has written a funny, joyous novel, heartbreaking and heartwarming all at once and in the very best ways.”Laurie Frankel, author of This is How It Always Is 

“What does it mean to be a family?  What are the secrets we hide?  In this poignant, often funny, yet serious novel, Elisabeth Hyde mines the mysteries and paradoxes of our most intimate connections. How we hurt, disappoint, and lie to one another, and how despite it all we are inextricably joined.  In the end Elisabeth Hyde has served us up a recipe for love, one that the reader will feast on for a long time.”Mary Morris, author of The Jazz Palace

More Praise for Elisabeth Hyde

“Elisabeth Hyde is a remarkably lucid and authoritative novelist.”John Irving

“[Hyde’s] prose is vigorous and natural, her perception subtle, her voice and those of her characters all-American.”—The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice)

“Like Anne Tyler, Hyde captures the quirky, heartbreaking core of a character and puts it on the page with shining prose…in a novel full of originality and sparkle.”—Publishers Weekly

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