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I also cried after putting the book down and a tear often comes when the book comes to mind.
I would recommend this book for anyone going through a difficult time with a gravely ill spouse, and anyone looking to find out more about L'Engle's life.
This book, along with C.S. Lewis' A Grief Observed, are two of the best books ever written about love and loss.
I've been a fan of Madeleine L'Engle's for years. This book adds one more to my MLE library. She wrote about 66 books...Published 7 months ago by Theodore M. Rolle
I had no idea that Madeleine L'Engle was such a wonderful Christian woman. I read a Wrinkle in Time many years ago as a child and loved it, but was unaware of its spiritual... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sandy Rust
I read this book for a class on "Family Systems". I found it to be one of the most inspiring insights to a successful marriage I had ever read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brenda Wideman
As always, I'm not sure why you have the "look inside" feature on Amazon for books without illustrations. That said, the book was a good copy.Published 13 months ago by kansashomeschooler
This book tells of how she met her husband, and then their married life together through his death. It is touching and real.Published 15 months ago by S. Anderson
A wonderful memoir of Madeline's 40 year marriage--I love it as much as everything else I've read from her. A treasure.Published 19 months ago by Lindsay A Hamm
This is Madeleine L'Engle at her finest. I have read the other books in the Crosswicks series but was unaware of this one. It did not disappoint.Published 19 months ago by Tuckered Mom
TWO-PART INVENTION: THE STORY OF A MARRIAGE is only the second L'Engle book I have read. Regrettably, I didn't like this one much more than I did the other Crosswicks journal. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Timothy J. Bazzett