The Book Club met at the home of Jan Griffin for a discussion on her choice of the novel, “Our Souls at Night” by Kent Haruf. This tells a story of two lonely widowed neighbors in a fictitious small town of Holt, Colorado looking for a platonic relationship especially during their lonely nights…a quiet tale of second changes. A story about love and the aftermath of grief and the issues late life provokes. Harufs’ posthumous novel is a small but powerful study on human connection, companionship and love. A tender polished work that is truly a blessing to embrace.