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A smart and lively novel, one that had me turning its pages faster and faster, wondering if this indelible family could really untangle the deep lies that reveal an even deeper truth.”
––Jess Walter, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins

“It All Comes Down to This answered a need I didn’t even know I had―to read a big-hearted novel about middle-aged women reckoning with their own heavy secrets, and each other. This novel is entertaining, in the best sense of the word, and a true page-turner.” ~ Ann Napolitano, New York Times bestselling author of Dear Edward

“A compulsively readable, thoroughly enjoyable tale of three sisters, their histories, their problems, and their unraveling secrets. Contemporary, but with a delightfully Austenish tone. I read it in a single gulp.” ~ Karen Joy Fowler, PEN/Faulkner winner and New York Times bestselling author

Fowler sure is fond of setting off big surprise-bombs in her novels—revelations that would have most families looking for a rug to sweep everything under. But you haven’t met the Geller sisters. Three women whose chosen way to deal with sibling betrayals, sub-optimal husbands, artistic and financial failure, perverse directives from their mother’s will, and last-gasp chances for love is to plow right through the middle, the hard way. What it comes down to is this: Therese Anne Fowler’s insight into the way we re-open ourselves for love, time and again, speaks stirringly to the heart.” ~ Wilton Barnhardt, New York Times bestselling author

Fowler writes like a contemporary Edith Wharton, peeling back layers of class and custom to reveal the mysteries of love, longing, and fate. It All Comes Down to This is a stunning tale of people struggling to wring the most from their lives while facing the uncertainty of what their lives should be.”
~ Wiley Cash, New York Times bestselling author of When Ghosts Come Home

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