Barbara Kingsolver always writes interesting stories. Flight Behavior is set in the Appalachian mountains, in a small town. The main character is a young wife and mother who feels trapped in her life. One day, she sees a wonderful sight, a cloud of light flying through the mountains, catching the light. It turns out the sight is a colony of Monarch butterflies. They are in the wrong place at the wrong time. But they will change her life.
Not quite to the standard of classic Kingsolver, but a good holiday read, I thought.
That's it, I'm all done with my book reviews. Next the movies!