Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Good Riddance, begins after June’s daughter, Daphne Maritch, throws away her late mother’s yearbook. A dumpster-diving neighbor, Geneva, retrieves the yearbook and approaches Daphne with her plan to make a documentary based on the yearbook. Hijinks follow, as Lipman weaves a romantic story and peeks inside family dynamics. Readers looking for light entertainment are those most likely to enjoy this novel. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Good Riddance from amazon.com.