I bought Julia Glass' I See You Everywhere based off the NYT review. I tend to work the same round of favourite authors and get to chastising myself when I don't break out and try something new. It's definitely a divergence from what I normally read, but Sebastian Barry left me struggling to find something as good to pick up, so I decided to switch gears altogether. This was an enjoyable read. I like my reads to be ruled equally by ideas and feelings, and this was definitely less idea-driven than most of the books I favour. But it's well-executed and, for anybody with a sister, poignant and relatable.