©2008 Anne Roiphe; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Lorna Raver captures the tone of one who is bewildered by all that has happened but who is trying to persevere against irreconcilable feelings of loss." (AudioFile)
"An unflinching and unsentimental story of widowhood's stupefying disquiet, of surviving love and living on." (Publishers Weekly)
I feel bad saying anything negative about someone's grief. This is full of writing cliches, too wordy. It's as if she tried too hard to wax poetic. The narration was awful for this type of book. She'd be better suited to Dick and Jane.
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