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Very insightful for those of us who try to help those who are grieving. One can only work through grief by grieving.Published 5 days ago by Marilyn Doyal
Touching, true and draws you in like a dear, sweet friend who is hoping you will listen and empathize.Published 6 days ago by Jackie Fishman
I have become quite a fan of JCO, so I was happy to read this book, knowing it would be a departure from her usual fare. Read morePublished 6 days ago by M. Montour
I'm a big fan of her novels, but not her as a person now that I read this.Published 1 month ago by Sheila Sabine
My first JCO book. Love memoirs and hoped to gain some insight into a widowed friend's mourning. Was drawn in, at first, but then felt bogged down with repetition, verbosity, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jsk
It is my introduction to Joyce Carol Oates and I find it very well written, but sad and a bit depressing. I am looking forward to reading some of her other work.Published 1 month ago by Victoria M. Briddell
Four and one-half stars for this memoir that shows the difficulty Oates had adjusting to the sudden death of Raymond Smith, her husband of more than forty years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ms. Lee L. Peoples