I have been missing Chicago like crazy and so finding THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD by Claire Lombardo couldn’t have come at a better time.
While covering a large period of time and having quite a bit of plot, THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD, the story of the Sorenson family, is deeply a character study. What happens when a family grows up and goes on to live their own lives? How is that affected by the fact that, apart from one daughter, they all live close to each other? Lombardo writes some wonderful love stories, exploring both romantic love as well as familial love. I really felt like I was pulled into the Sorenson family and their love for each other while also feeling jealous because I would never be one of them.