Genre: Family Drama
Pub. Date: May 11, 2021
The author is most known for the screenplay “Sleepless in Seattle.” His debut novel is not a romantic comedy but also looks closely into love relationships. Two male students are in love with the same girl. One marries her, and the other leaves the country and becomes a monk. A bit over the top to buy. When their Pennsylvania boarding school’s headmaster has a stroke and is on the verge of passing away, these three students, now middle-aged adults, return because he called for them before losing consciousness. The mystery of the tale is why he asked them to return to the school. Arch does a good job of getting into his characters’ heads. However, I found this to be a melodramatic read with a relatively easy-to-guess twist.
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2 thoughts on ““Attachments” by Jeff Arch”
He’s a first-time novelist at age 68. Impressive!
Yes it is. I was so hoping to like this one more then I did. But, I’ve been told I’m a tough reviewer
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