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Expressive balanced account of hers/others experiences as a new widowPublished 1 month ago by Paula S Clarke
liking this book, struggling through it a bit- guess I needed it personallyPublished 2 months ago by B. Reno
She suffers from a mental illness, but is not aware of this.When her husband was alive, he stabilized her condition - but when he died her illness became acute. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hal
This was an interesting read. I have read fiction by Joyce Carol Oates and enjoyed what I've read. This book, however, is about her life during her husband's brief illness and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mckeever's mom
Could have been better. Too much self-centeredness accepting "help" and sympathy from her "famous" friends only.Published 3 months ago by Gloria Bauer Ishida
My tocaya (another Peggy) who not only has the same name, but has also lost a son and a husband, encouraged me to read this.Published 3 months ago
I became a widow 2 years ago - also suddenly & unexpectedly as Joyce did. I could really relate to her story and journey into widowhood ~ and I still hate that word! Read morePublished 4 months ago by RitaK