5 comments on “Chouette by Claire Oshetsky | Book Review

    • Same here! Books on motherhood don’t always work for me, but this felt sufficiently fleshed out and unique in its approach. It’s a tricky one to recommend widely because of how singular it is, but I hope you enjoy it if you decide to give it a shot!

  1. I’ve heard a few people talking about this. I am curious how well the allegory with the owl works for what the author wants to say about disability, motherhood, etc. Intriguing!

    • It’s definitely a unique approach to the themes, and I felt the author handled the allegory well. It does seem to be garnering a fair bit of buzz at the moment, so I’m glad it worked for me!

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