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I didn't find any magical thinking in this book. It was mostly reading about the tragic events of Joan's life, her husbands death and daughters illness. Read morePublished 7 days ago by zelmort
This is the first book I could relate to after loosing my husband and only child within 6 weeks of each other. Grief is a derailing experience.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good read for those who have lost a mate but wait till you are 8-9 months into your new life.Published 13 days ago by Karen
Another WINNER from Joan Didion. She is one of my very favorite writers.Published 13 days ago by kssssss
Unfortunately, this seems to be a compilation of completely disjointed thoughts. I was hoping the memoir would benefit my mother-in-law, but found that it may be of little use to... Read morePublished 16 days ago by ME
This book helped me immensely after my husband of 45 years passed away from a sudden heart attack. I have since shared it with many friends who have also lost a spouse.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Joan Didion after the first 60 pages has become a kindred spirit to me through her writing. There is no recipe for grieving and at times it's like your in someone elses house and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Steinbach