A review by malvord27
The Drowning Season by Alice Hoffman


This is my third book by Alice Hoffman and it did not disappoint. I think I picked it up on a "Kindle discount day" just based on the author's name alone and I'm so glad I did. Hoffman knows how to describe characters and feelings, and in this book she did a great job of telling the story from the point of view of a teenage girl. I appreciated the multi-generationalness in this book, and a good look at how they all impact each other.

All in all, a great book. Can't wait to read more by Alice Hoffman.