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  • Louisa Hall writes about the wars waged between neighbors and family members with extraordinary sympathy and a keen sense of humor. Part Jane Austen, part John Cheever, this tale of upheaval in a suburban Philadelphia household marks the debut of a stunning new writer

    Philipp Meyer, author of, American Rust
  • Every sentence in The Carriage House is full of clarity, attention, and grace. Louisa Hall is a writer to be admired

    Kevin Powers, author of, The Yellow Birds
  • Echoes of Jane Austen. . . Hall unpeels the relationships of an averagely dysfunctional family layer by layer, with superb truthfulness and accuracy

    Kate Saunders, The Times
  • A perfect book club choice, this is a novel to read from cover to cover in one day

    Psychologies Magazine
  • Ambitious . . . intricate . . . a splendid, carefully-plotted, open-hearted novel

    James Zug author of Squash, Boston Globe
  • A twisted family saga lodged in John Cheever and Wes Anderson

    Vogue, USA
  • A chronicler of American suburban sadness to rival the likes of John Cheever and Richard Yates

    The Express
  • Accomplished, kind-hearted and subtle . . . a tribute to Jane Austen's persuasion

    Vanora Bennett, The Times

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