Very different from what I usually read (or listen to, in this case). One summer day of 1976 changed Hazel and Dorothy’s lives forever. Hazel had to leave the family farm that day and never came back. 42 years later, her sister needs her help (she slipped a disc and is moving out). There’s a lot of bitterness and pettiness between the two sisters as they are forced together again and come to realize not everything has happened as they believed and the other is not necessarily the awful person either thought.
I’m not usually a fan of going back and forth between the past and the present but the author makes it work seamlessly.
The narration was very good, though it took me a few minutes to get used to the accent 😉 The only character I didn’t really feel was the gay best friend but it wasn’t a real problem.
All in all, I would definitely recommend this book, including the audiobook version.