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Willa Drake, uneasily drifting on the placid stream of advancing age with her second husband, impulsively leaves her comfortable home in Arizona for the mean streets of Baltimore. While caring for the child of her son's former girlfriend, who has been left alone after her mother was hospitalized for a gunshot wound, Willa rediscovers the purpose that had evaporated out of her own life. The author's gift for making gentle, beautifully understated observations about the tenacity and the frailties of human connections is evident throughout. I always feel a little wiser when I finish one of Anne Tyler's books. — Alden Graves
Before reading Anne Tyler's newest novel Clock Dance, I had read 18 of her previous works. I've come to realize that like a favorite ritual, her novels have become a great comfort to me - always her distinct voice, and always her magnificent sharing of characters that are so honestly and endearingly human. Clock Dance is classic Tyler. Readers and fans can assuredly welcome the life story of Willa Drake with open arms into their reading lives.— Nancy Scheemaker
“Anne Tyler’s extraordinary ability to tell a story in the simplest language has helped her become one of our most beloved authors. In Clock Dance, she brings us Willa Drake, who has been seeking something all her life, it seems. It’s not until she’s reached middle age that she finally opens a new door in her heart and welcomes in the most unusual group of people: an entire neighborhood, ready to bring her a new perspective and an understanding of life that will change her forever. Tyler’s newest is one for book groups, one for book lovers, and one for you, too.”
— Linda Bond, Auntie's Bookstore, Spokane, WA