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Dealing with my own aging parents, this gave me a not so shuttle reminder to keep my sense of humor. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kerry A. Neal
hard book to put down once you've started. very easy to relate to the characters. well writtenPublished 2 months ago by Vickp
I have completed this chapter of my life and Morris 's description is spot on. With that said, I still found the narrative a bit underwhelming and a bit self indulgent.Published 3 months ago by Mac
This memoir of a sandwich generation daughter caring for her aging mother is informative, funny and a worthwhile read. I definitely enjoyed it.Published 5 months ago by Carole
This was cute and fun reading. It was not deep just a quick read that was enjoyable.Published 7 months ago by susan engorn
This is a beautiful, witty, inspiring book about the relationship between Susan and her somewhat eccentric mother. I am looking forward to more work from her.Published 8 months ago by Lenora Burton
Very entertaining and insightful read. I would recommend "The Habit" highly. Hope to see more work from this fine author.Published 10 months ago by Bruce M. Quinn
An honest, no-holds-barred look at caring for an aging, injured, and very spirited mother (who happens to be facing cancer). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Melissa W
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|The Habit - Book Club questions||
For our club, the hostess has to come up with question. We write them down on slips of paper and draw one each. Some ?? were--who will be your "Susan" in your later years?
What role did her siblings play? What happened to Susan in Ireland with the gardener?
Was the mom a good mom? How... Read More
Aug 1, 2012 by WWB-bookie | See all 4 posts