Another bookgroup book, Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, was interesting and enjoyable.
The book opens with Elena Richardson walking through her burning house wondering where her children are, then realizing they are all accounted for goes outside to watch her home in Shaker Heights, Ohio burn down.
The book then goes back a few months when Elena first meets Mia and her daughter, Pearl, who are renting an apartment from Elna.
The book then goes on to describe the various relationships her family creates with the new tenants.
While I enjoyed this book, it was sometimes hard to read because Ng is so open with the characters’ faults.