In June, members of the Pink Fibro Book Club read The Headmaster’s Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene.
And in June, instead of writing a review to post here on my blog, I wrote a review for Allison Tait. Allison hosts the Pink Fibro Book Club on facebook and on her blog, and it’s a privilege to be featured there.
Like his father before him, Arthur Winthrop is the headmaster of Vermont’s elite Lancaster School. It is the place he feels has given him his life, but it is also the site of his undoing as events spiral out of his control. Found wandering naked in Central Park, he begins to tell his story to the police, but his memories collide into one another, and the true nature of things – a narrative of love, marriage, family, and a tragedy Arthur does not know how to address – emerges.
Please head on over to Allison’s blog to read the review in full.
Have you read The Headmaster’s Wife? What did you think?
Previous book reviews:
The Night Guest
The Thirteenth Tale
The Shadow Year and Barracuda
The Paris Wife
Mister Pip and The Light Between Oceans
Big Brother and We Need to Talk About Kevin
The Shining Girls and The Fault in Our Stars