Reviews

  • There is something irresistible about the novels of Alice Hoffman. Her themes of love, marriage, family and friendship are reassuringly familiar and her style agreeably evocative...Her stories have a quality of mystery and even darkness that puts a fresh spin on the commonplace, and at its very best can make the reader look at life from a fresh angle. If I could see things through Hoffman's eyes, I'm convinced life would be richer and more interesting... Here On Earth is a wonderful piece of storytelling

    Literary Review
  • Hoffman is shrewd and witty about the networks of gossip and affection in town, and she evokes place superbly... spellbinding

    Sunday Times
  • Imagine Wuthering Heights set in a small New England town during the last 30 years. The characters escape not to wild moors but marshes haunted by foxes and souls of drowned men-compelling

    Independent
  • Wuthering Heights meets The Horse Whisperer... riveting and memorable

    Mail on Sunday
  • A gripping novel that evokes the tensions of small-town life

    Elle

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