"One of Binchy's best works. She harmoniously handles a diverse group of characters, the good deeds that characterize life in Ireland are believable, and the ending is sweet. One hopes to find Frankie in one of Binchy's future novels."
—Susan Rogers, Newark Star-Ledger
"Binchy's world view is a large, benevolent one, and the reader is happier for it . . . bless her big Irish heart."—Laurie Hertzel, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
"Maeve Binchy has done it again [with] yet another warm tale of individual growth and human community, [in which] she assembles a large cast of characters and deploys them with her characteristic playfulness . . . Binchy specializes in exploring human foibles without spelling them out in tiresome detail . . . There's a good chance that many readers, like this one, will consider Minding Frankie one of Binchy's best novels yet."
—Maude McDaniel, BookPage
"Joyful, quintessential Binchy."
—Karen Holt, O, The Oprah Magazine