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The Most Fun We Ever Had

THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD - Claire Lombardo

“The Most Fun We Ever Had” by Claire Lombardo is a richly textured family saga that spans several decades, centered around the lives of the Sorenson family. Marilyn and David Sorenson are the parents of four daughters: Wendy, Violet, Liza, and Grace. The novel explores the complexities of their relationships, delving into their individual struggles, triumphs, and the secrets that bind them together.

Set in the suburbs of Chicago, the story shifts between past and present, revealing the deep-rooted tensions and enduring love that define the Sorenson family. Marilyn and David’s seemingly perfect marriage becomes a source of both envy and resentment for their daughters, who grapple with their own insecurities and desires.

As the narrative unfolds, we witness the challenges of parenthood, the complexities of sisterhood, and the ways in which the past shapes the present. Lombardo skillfully explores themes of identity, belonging, and the search for meaning in a world filled with both joy and heartache.

Through its finely drawn characters and emotionally resonant storytelling, “The Most Fun We Ever Had” offers a poignant meditation on family, forgiveness, and the enduring bonds that tie us together, even in the face of life’s greatest challenges.

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