Home by Marilynne Robinson

"Home" is a deeply emotional narrative that explores the themes of faith, redemption, and the complexity of family relationships. The story revolves around the Boughton family, particularly the prodigal son, Jack, who returns home after twenty years. His struggle to fit into the family and society, and his sister Glory's attempts to help him, form the crux of the story. The book delves into their past, revealing secrets and regrets, and provides a profound reflection on love, loss, and forgiveness.

The 2433rd greatest book of all time


Published
2008
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
336
Words
102,000
Original Language
English

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