Where You Once Belonged is another average book. It wasn't anything special, and it lacked in characters. The only real defined character was Jack and his "loves." The narrator, though an important character, was never really defined. All I knew is that he worked for the news ans his last name was Arbuckle (I think that's how it's spelled). I really think more detail on the narrator would have made this better.
I have a story. Where I was born, Kent Haruf's wife worked with my father. His family went out to dinner with my parents while my mother was pregnant with me. I thought that this was a cool story. I really can't recommend this book. It was a bit adult.