Review: Tin Man

Tin Man

Tin Man
By Sarah Winman
G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 9780735218727, May 15, 2018, 224pp.

The Short of It:

Tin Man is a poignant story about love, longing and the ultimate sacrifice.

The Rest of It:

Michael and Ellis love each other, but Ellis also loves Annie. Annie, understanding how it is between Ellis and Michael finds that she loves them both. They are a love triangle like no other but each hold deep admiration for the others and it’s clear that their love for one another trumps anything else that could come their way.

Tin Man was an amazing read. It’s the kind of book that fills you up. It’s a simple story but these characters come together in the most beautiful way and the writing is so lovely it almost hurts your heart to read some of its passages. I know it seems as if I’ve told you nothing about the plot but really, I’ve told you everything you need to know.

It’s gorgeous and lush in the telling and although it’s really very short at 200+ pages, it never felt short or rushed. It was just perfect and I am sure it will be on my list of faves at the end of the year.

Source: Review copy provided by the publisher.
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16 thoughts on “Review: Tin Man”

    1. I think it will be one of those quiet novels you don’t hear much about but it’s so good and so well written it really deserves a wide audience.

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