Agnes and Polly have been friends forever. Both are Quakers in their early 80’s who spend their winters in Philadelphia and summers on Fellowship Point in Maine. Agnes is single, head strong, independent and earns a living as an author. Polly is married to a domineering husband, the mother of three sons and tries her hardest to get along with everyone. When money hungry relatives want to develop Fellowship Point, Polly and Agnes work together to try to stop them.
Alice Elliott Dark’s work of fiction is a great read. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Agnes and Polly (it’s about time someone wrote a novel about friendships among the elderly). Fellowship Point is well-written, yet an easy read. After finishing it, I wanted to go to rural Maine, take a look at the beautiful scenery and meet the wonderful cast of characters.
3 thoughts on “Fellowship Point by Alice Elliott Dark 576 pages”
I lived this book!
Yes, complete agreement, Nancy. I finished Fellowship Point last night, and already miss Polly, Agnes, Robert, and of course, Maine. Not to mention thoughtful writing that you needed to not race through.
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Yes, completely agree, Nancy. I finished Fellowship Point last night, and I already miss Polly, Agnes, Robert, and of course Maine. Also loved the smart and thoughtful writing. Not a book to race through.