Interesting writing style
I enjoyed her writing style: mini-multiple POV. Sometimes you're in someone's head only for a paragraph, but it's an interesting way to consume a story.
A fantastic family/character-driven novel. I was a big fan of Celeste Ng after reading and loving her first novel, 'Everything I Never Told You' - but 'Little Fires Everywhere' was even better. Ng seamlessly weaves together perspectives from different characters in this touching story that at the core is about motherhood. I couldn't put it down, especially in the last 50 pages. My mind keeps coming back to this book even weeks after I finished it.