It was in New York that he discovered Sarah.
As Simon recovers from a professional disaster - and escapes Chicago for New York - he is drawn to the beautiful, exciting, and mysterious Sarah. Even though the forty-year-old Simon has a wife and child, he falls madly in love with Sarah. Devoting themselves with abandon to the pursuit of happiness, the lovers tour New York, Paris, Venice, and beyond. Their journey takes them deep within their emotions, and reveals dangerous secrets in Sarah’s past. Simon wants to save her, but is that possible? And does she really want to be saved?
©1980 Daniel Stern (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Yes. It's introspective, not action packed. But the journey the characters take proves powerful at the end.
It's slow and detailed. The narrative switches between the main male and female protagonists. I wasn't sure I liked the characters all the time, but I felt like I knew them.
I really liked the narration.
The narrator of this book is a computer. It was painful to listen to the first 5 minutes of the book. There is no inflection and emotion in narration of this novel. There needs to be a disclaimer when narration is done by automation. I want a refund!
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