An Old House Teaches ‘A Hundred Small Lessons’ [REVIEW]


Two women, one at the end of her life and the other just beginning, find their lives irrevokably intertwined by an old house in Ashley Hay’s stunning new novel, A Hundred Small Lessons.

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Elsie and Lucy A house connects two women at very different points in their lives in Ashley Hay’s A Hundred Small Lessons. (Photo by donireewalker, Flickr)

We’ve frequently heard the saying, “if walls could talk, think of the stories they could tell.” In Ashley Hay’s new novel, A Hundred Small Lessons, we learn about two families who inhabited the same house at very different points in their lives, and it demonstrates how one home connects generations in a very unique way.

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