by Robin Page
The “Small Silent Things: A Novel” is a great best-selling fiction novel. Robin Page is the author of this popular novel. Robin was raised in Cincinnati and has degrees from UCLA and UC Irvine’s MFA program. She has powerfully mined her experience as a displaced Midwesterner, a woman of color and a mother in these pages. She lives with her husband and daughter in Los Angeles. Her novel engages all the reader from start to end of the page. In this novel, Robin talks about Jocelyn and Simon are neighbors in a wealthy Southern California.
But neither really feels that they belong and more importantly, both have experienced significant disturbance. Simon, the more sympathetic of the two, is a refugee from Rwanda and lost his family in the genocide. Jocelyn was physically and emotionally abused by her mother. Two occasioning events bring these two together. When her mother dies and he received a letter from someone claiming to be his daughter. Jocelyn is spinning out of control. She is fascinated with her tennis coach and is doing her best to alienate her husband Conrad. To know about further, then read this best-selling novel. All in all, Small Silent Things is a great fiction novel.