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Friends and Strangers Elisabeth, An Accomplished Journalist And New Mother, Is Struggling To Adjust To Life In A Small Town After Nearly Twenty Years In New York City Alone In The House With Her Infant Son All Day And Awake With Him Much Of The Night , She Feels Uneasy, Adrift She Neglects Her Work, Losing Untold Hours To Her Brooklyn Moms Facebook Group, Her Influencer Sister S Instagram Feed, And Text Messages With The Best Friend She Never Sees Any Enter Sam, A Senior At The Local Women S College, Whom Elisabeth Hires To Babysit Sam Is Struggling To Decide Between The Path She S Always Planned On And A Romantic Entanglement That Threatens Her Ambition She S Worried About Student Loan Debt And What The Future Holds In Short Order, They Grow Close And Become Unlikely Confidantes But When Sam Finds An Unlikely Kindred Spirit In Elisabeth S Father In Law, The True Differences Between The Women S Lives Become Starkly Revealed And A Betrayal Has Devastating Consequences

About the Author: J. Courtney Sullivan

J Courtney Sullivan is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Commencement, Maine, The Engagements, and Saints For All Occasions Maine was named a Best Book of the Year by Time magazine, and a Washington Post Notable Book for 2011 The Engagements was one of People Magazine s Top Ten Books of 2013 and an Irish Times Best Book of the Year It is soon to be a major motion picture produced by Reese Witherspoon and distributed by Fox 2000, and it will be translated into 17 languages Saints For All Occasions, was named one of the ten best books of the year by the Washington Post, a New York Times Critic s Pick for 2017, and a New England Book Award nominee Her fifth novel, Friends and Strangers, will be published in June 2020 Courtney s writing has also appeared in The New York Times Book Review, The Chicago Tribune, New York magazine, Elle, Glamour, Allure, Real Simple, and O The Oprah Magazine, among many others She is a co editor, with Courtney Martin, of the essay anthology Click When We Knew We Were Feminists In 2017, she wrote the forewords to new editions of two of her favorite children s books Anne of Green Gables and Little Women A Massachusetts native, Courtney now lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and two children.

10 thoughts on “Friends and Strangers

  1. says:

    DNF at 50%Unfortunately, I have to let this one go The writing is good and I can relate to a lot regarding the perspective of being A young mother, but it s a lot of talking about issues and nothing is happening I m not really feeling connected or invested in any of the characters either I was really looking forward to this too I ll definitely give her next book a try and en

  2. says:

    Babysitter, nanny, caregiver, au pair we have many names for the people we welcome into our homes to tend what is most precious to us As parents know, it s a relationship fraught with anxiety, caught up in our need to work and our hunger for freedom In a world without butlers and liverymen and cooks, the babysitter is the only domestic employee most of us will ever hire How should we

  3. says:

    This is a 400 page story about Elisabeth and Sam Elisabeth is a published author in her 30s who has moved to a college town where her in laws live Her husband is pursuing an invention idea, and she is supposed to be working on her third book, while caring for their infant son While Elisabeth has met the other women on her street, and is even in a book club with them, she doesn t want to pursu

  4. says:

    J Courtney Sullivan is a master at complicated relationships This is the story of two friends and their unlikely bond One is the mother of a young son and the other is the babysitter whom she has hired Both have family, wealth and class issues and turn to each other for support Her writing is comfortable and her characters are complex and human This was a good distraction from current issues I really

  5. says:

    Verdict is still out on whether or not I recommend this fiction story about a mom and her babysitter, which ultimately sank into issues of wealth, class, relationship deceit, boundaries and life choices There was almost too much there in terms of content and also in the writing no detail left unnamed Often, I asked myself why I should care But I laughed aloud at a few parts, identified at times with the charac

  6. says:

    This book was a miss for me and I skimmed over a lot The characters were hard to relate to and hard to even like This author is a hit or miss for me and even though I liked the beginning of this book it just didn t work for me Thanks to Edelweiss for my advanced ebook copy.

  7. says:

    Elisabeth and Sam are very interesting characters in another enjoyable Sullivan novel Again, Sullivan shows a unique understanding of women and friendship It also explores the relationship between mother and nanny, between boss and servant, and between sisters Sullivan was able to insert some very interesting minor characters, especially George, an interesting firebrand in his town The sibling relationship was also explored by

  8. says:

    Thank you, NetGalley I am grateful for you Last month I was vibrating with excitement over receiving advance copies of J Courtney Sullivan and Curtis Sittenfeld new titles Both were disappointments I m trying to figure out whether their worked has changed, if I ve changed that much as a reader, or most likely, a combination of both.

  9. says:

    I m a big fan of J Courtney Sullivan s books, her last one Saints for All Occasions was my favorite and made my list of the Most Compelling Books of 2017 , because I want to meet all of her characters in real life.Her latest novel publishes today, Friends and Strangers, and as always, her characters are so fascinating Elizabeth is a new mom who has moved from Brooklyn to a small university town to be closer to her husband s parents.She has been

  10. says:

    3.5 stars Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with an advance copy of Friends and Strangers for my honest review I loved Saints for All Occasions which was J Courtney Sullivan s last book This soon to be released novel is an intimate look at a relationship between two women the privileged writer Elisabeth, a wife and new mother recently exiled from Brooklyn to a small college town in upstate New York, and Sam, the somewhat naive student babysitter who i

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