The World Below by Sue Miller


The World Below tells two different stories; one about Cath, a new divorcee who moves across country to her Grandmother's house to pick up the pieces of her life, and also that of her Grandmother Georgia, a woman who went to a sanatorium for tuberculosis and the affect it had on her life.

Chapters alternate between the two to show the differences and similarities between the women. Georgia's story is told through journal entries, Cath's memories and some first person experiences. Though Cath's story wasn't as compelling for me, Georgia's story is engaging and kept my interest throughout.

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