Specifically, The Book of Feasts & Seasons. You'll want to read the whole thing:
This week I’m reviewing a title that’s seasonal in nature, although the seasons it deals with occur across an entire year rather than a small part of the year. I’ve not read much of Mr. Wright’s work, but what I have has been better written and more original than much of what’s currently being published.It's perhaps worth noting that Mr. Wright's The Book of Feasts & Seasons has a 4.9/5 rating. But I find it a little surprising that of the six stories the reviewer deemed worthy of mention, none of them were the one I consider to be the best, namely, "The Parliament of Beasts and Birds".
The same is true here. These stories have a great deal of depth, both in the characters they’re about and the concepts with which they deal....Wright is an author who isn’t afraid to delve into deep topics. Some of the themes here dealt with the nature of God, forgiveness, kindness, racism, sacrifice, and second chances. A number of authors these days try to deal with serious themes and issues in their fiction. Few are as accomplished or as entertaining as Mr. Wright.
The Book of Feasts & Seasons is one of the best and most thought provoking books I’ve read in the past year. I highly recommend it.