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Understood all of their feelings and makes you hope to have someone who loves you that much, even with the mistakes we all make during marriage.
The fact that we know the ending of this story as soon as we start reading it, and yet that it is still a page turner, is testament to how well written the book is.
Yglesias's novel is beautifully wrought, with meticulously crafted characters moving through the heartbreaking denouement of a thirty-year romance.
I have read this book twice cover-to-cover and picked it up several more times for selected chapters. I have it in hard back, paper, and now it's on my Kindle, as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. A. Parker
i was unable to ge through the sadness of this book, but if you want this subject, then this book will reveal human nature confronting a medical terror.Published 10 months ago by Charles E. Beckwith
I just got this and finished it in a week! I was drawn in by the story and felt the author's descriptions made me feel I was experiencing it first hand. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Melissa
This is a powerful story about life and death told in flashbacks.
It is a little hard to follow but the characters are definitely alive. Read more
An emotionally powerful novel. Based in the authors own marriage, I found myself in tears on multiple occasions. Wonderfully written.Published 13 months ago by Gregory Boone
I thought this book was particularly good and a great read by our book club - I was happy to pass it on to the next reader when I was done.Published 15 months ago by Mary VanCott
I picked up this novel because I heard it was a testament to the marital bond's capacity to endure life's greatest challenges, including relational strife, infidelity, career... Read morePublished 17 months ago by BT Invictus
The book is haunting. Beautifully written so that it heals your own hurts along the way from the insights gained as you read along. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Nightly bedtime reader: Nina Serrano
An excellent, sad, funny, moving novel... Be ready to laugh, smile, and weep. Beautifully written. I would recommend this book!Published 20 months ago by rjzayda