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“Best Books by Ann Patchett”: I’d say this is one of the most important books on my shelf. It’s one of the books that has been with me for some time (since the day I first read it), but since I started writing this post, it’s probably the one that I’ve started reading more. Ann Patchett, an award-winning author, is a fantastic voice in American pop culture.
Here’s the thing though. While I like to think of her as a writer, she’s actually a brilliant artist. The books are often very short, so if you are reading this post and thinking it may be about books, you probably aren’t reading it for that reason. But if you are, you should check out her books.
I read The Art of Listening series and I loved them. This is where she takes a character like John in her first novel and he has a few quirks that you dont see in the books. But the first book, A Fine Balance, is where it all comes together. It has all of the things that I love about Ann Patchett. It has a very personal story, but it also has a deep mystery about it.
I don’t always read books when I’m on vacation, but I will read anything Ann has written.
I really love the way Ann writes because the way she writes the story flows so well. She uses the most basic details she can think of to tell a story, and it is very clear why people in the story are the way they are. I love the way Ann lets the reader know that John is a normal person with normal quirks, but that his unusual behavior is because of something really serious. It is easy to see why people may find him weird, but the reader can see why.
Ann patchett’s books are filled with so much character, and it is always so easy to root for the characters. She writes so well because she has such a vivid imagination and can easily draw her characters out of the pages. I especially love the way Ann writes about her characters, and how that makes what happens to them matter to her so much. She takes these characters and makes them real and realer, and that’s what makes them so compelling.
I love that because it is possible to root for the characters, and it makes what happens to them matter to you. Ann’s books are filled with characters who are so real that it makes it easier to connect with them.
I find this especially true in Ann’s fiction. It’s impossible to not root for any of her characters, no matter what they’re doing or what happens. The way that she draws them out of the pages makes it easier to connect with them. I just find that so very enjoyable.
I love Ann Patchett. I have read most of the books she has published. I love the way she writes. She makes the characters feel real, and I love that she makes the situations in those books much more interesting. Her writing is just so well laid out and filled with so much emotion and meaning. I love the way she uses her characters, and I admire her for it.
I think Ann Patchett is one of those authors whose works I can see myself reading more than once. It’s not just because I’m a huge fan of her writing. It’s because her characters are so well developed. She has created characters that are so different, yet they have such similar, similar backstories that I can see myself wanting to read more about them.