Praise for "Tapestry of Fortunes"
A testament to the power of female friendships . . . Berg strips her writing down to what is essential and takes an unflinching look at lifelong regrets. The characters . . . will settle in your heart. "Booklist" (starred review)
Elizabeth Berg has carved out a place as one of America s most beloved chroniclers of female friendship. "Chicago Tribune"
Luminous . . . As always, her writing is spare and lyrical, filled with . . . elegant description and profound insight. "Library Journal"
An incredibly uplifting and life-affirming story . . . Berg explores the themes of change and personal reinvention with exquisite phrasing, sharply-focused attention to detail, and boundless joy and heart. " Bookreporter"
Praise for Elizabeth Berg
Truth rings forth clearly from every page. [Elizabeth] Berg captures the way women think and especially the way they talk to other women as well as any writer I can think of. "The Charlotte Observer, "about "Talk Before Sleep"
Elizabeth Berg s gift as a storyteller lies most powerfully in her ability to find the extraordinary in the ordinary, the remarkable in the everyday. "The Boston Globe"
Berg s writing is to literature what Chopin s etudes are to music measured, delicate, and impossible to walk away from until their completion. [Grade: ] A+. "Entertainment Weekly"
A writer whose luminous prose is likely to stay with you a long, long time. "Chicago Tribune"
Berg could be creating a new genre. . . . [She] is especially wonderful at depicting the small revealing moments of women s friendships, the offhand sharing of secrets in the grocery store. "Kirkus Reviews"
Berg s impeccable prose gives voice to that element in our psyche that enables us to cope with the impossible. . . . Berg writes on a higher plane. "Booklist "
One of the most life-affirming writers around. "The Miami Herald"
Berg has a gift for capturing the small, often sweet details of ordinary life. "Newsday" "From the Hardcover edition.""show more