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The Women Who Loved John Benson Paperback – July 12, 2013
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This is a story of one's man's journey searching for love.
His journey starts with the death of his wife. John Benson is a photojournalist and has many adventures in his life. He becomes successful and wealthy but it doesn't help with his grief that does not abate. His wife was Mimi and he has a daughter named Grace.
John reflects on his life, researches his ancestry and goes on a journey of introspection.
Much is written about his agony on losing Mimi.
He meets various women- Gail, Evie and Lilly who changes his life. John loves each one and they bring love into his life. Each woman has her own unique personality which heals John's grief. He also agonizes over his memories. There are a lot of descriptions about his love-making with all of his women. This story ends well and John eventually heals himself.
I was confused by the Prologue. It didn't seem to have any connection with the subject of the book. Bill Magee shows his extensive knowledge of aviation in the pilot's chatter with Air Traffic Control. This seems to have something to do with a terrorist attack by a release of Ebola virus (not bacteria) over a populated area. This Chappelle fellow commits suicide by slamming the Lear Jet into a mountain.
This is an interesting book. It explores all of the emotions and beliefs of the author. The love-making wasn't too bad, either. Smile.