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What a disappointment. I would hardly call their marriage happy.Published 29 days ago by M. Goldsmith
Absolutely beautiful, stunningly honest look at the life of a long-term marriage (beginning love, the ups and downs through life's many challenges, and the beauty and depth of a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. Dieng
This is a difficult novel to read because it is so brutally honest about real life and real dying, and real love. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lamplighter
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 10 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 18 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 21 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 22 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 23 months ago by Mary VanCott